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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ',' r:- Sfci - 'i - ?Srt pss-'r8-35- 51 r -- -- . .'"-- if - w SwgSal -- v i 4 -- - ,v THE RICHMOND RICHMOND, Selected For The Climax GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY. 1 '''-'- - ,? v j.-j- i sr? VOLUME MADISON COUNTY, A KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, L897. '1 NUMBER 50: t t l HYfiBMNG. of Simmons Liver Kegulator 1'itt are often deceived by 1 m a !! Liking some medicine of a tr ann-wn-ce or taste, believing it to iin n m Liver Regulator. We warn t nat unless ihe word .Regulator is on - (. v Ivaue or bottle, that it is not Simmons Rebuilt -- r. No one else mates, or i. snuuV Simmons Liver Regulator, or n ntr called Simmon Liver Regulator, t i' I H Zeilm& Co, and no medicine made anv.inc e se is the same. , We alone can I i 11 up and we cannot be responsible, if ' i Tiedicines represented as the same do r 10I1 vou as you are led to expect they w 11 Bear this fact well in mind, if you have tif"i in the habit of using a medicine which Tun supposed to be Simmons Liver Regulator beoiuse the name was somewhat like 1? and the package did not have the word Rvulator on it, you have been imposed upon and have not been taking Simmons Liver Regulator at all. The Regulator has tcen favorably known for many years, and a I who ue ll know how necessary it is for Fever and Ague. Bilious Fever, Constipation Headache Dpepsia, and all disordera ans ng from a Diseased Liver. We ask vou to look for yourselves, and see that Simmons Liver Regulator, which you can readily distinguish by the Red Z on wrapper and y our name is the only m"dicme called Simmons Liver Begulator. J. II. ZEILIN & CO. Tako 1 DEBOE'S PUZZLE. The Eilecl ol Ihe Hard Tinies. .vis't to caution all users of Simmons v t l!.il.ii ir on a subject of the deepest importance to their healtib Tlie sole proprietors - i t!i-i- r hvt-s- . . tiiVoPnt n 1 1 Simmons Liver Regulator. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 51 Ks MIL IlKIl CillMiK.N, . AND TYPEWRITER. i:i iimond, Kentucky. A .&fjficr adjoining .R Iiiirnam,t. ATTCaSTSTS. K. VV. MILLER. Hkktucky. Attosn KiruvoM, mrc in the Ilurnam Building, next door to feb3-l- y Fanner's National Bank. C F. BCRVAU. W. S. KOBEKLEV. n'JRNAM MOBERLEY. Atto rse vs- - at- - Law. RICHMOND. - - - KENTUCKY. recently ocru-- p 0 officeA.in Iinrnim by rd Building, It. Burnam. J. . s op-jH!- A tto i: x c w, - - KENTUCKY. UICHMOXn. ( Uli over Taylor'n UnrVliviire stort, Court l!out, on Mnin Street. IlOiK;, ATTORNEY AT LAW. RiniMoxii, Kextcckv. II. 15 Office No. I.! Mrst St.. up stairs. ti GRANT H LILLY, A TTO RNEY--A IJn iiMoxn, - T LAW, Kentucky. A-ro'i- OthVc S. V. corner Mmii ami Mreeiji up btttirn. Will pm'tir' in .!! t tie c mrts of Madison ami adjoining fni'ities and Court of AjipeaK. .7 C.&T M CUKVAULT. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Kentucky. Richmond, 0'iic on Second streot, over rrncry. Clien-antt- 'i CREEN CLAY, A TTORNE ----- Y-A T-L-A W. RicJimnnd, Kcntucty. IS Collections snVp'UL ptsiciaitc. DR. II. It. GIBSON, PIl YSICIA NAND SURGEON, KicHMovn. ... Kentucky. Sec-o27- - Office in Ihe Joe l"c Jin limUling, 18 and ao Street, over Wnne .old drugstore. CIIAS. HOOKER, I ETERINARY SURGEON, College. Grmhiaie Ontario Yelrrinarg Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty. Office up suits over Nw York Store, cornel 46- Main and First street):. Richmond II. C. OITice TtHephone MrMlicine and JASPER, M D Surcery. Collins Huildinz, Main Street. t residence (the Oirr place) oc llro.idway. ----- KiciiMoxn, Kentucky DR. O. A; KENNEDY, RirilMOND, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Kextucky. Office in Smith Building, No. 304 Main Street, np stairs Othce nours 12 to 1 anj to 5OC1OCK. DR. JOHN M. POSTER, Kentcck Richmond. Telephone at office and residence. - The following paragraph from an exchange is worthy the most thoughtful considerations of every one who reads it: "Among the many questions affecting the being of any city, town or village, none it, .f more vital importance than that of where its cilzens purchase their goods. The prosperity of any community dermis in a gnat lneaMtie upon the manner in which the residents answer that question. We. cm conceive of no greater ingratitude than that of a man earning his wages or making bin wealth in the place he liyes, moves ami has his without constant watching lie may being, and then huving tho bulk of his Tiie weather was bitter cold. liiisinteqiret Ids instructions and goods in another place. . It ii like a child The young ones cried anj shhered vote contrary to them. If Mark slapping its patent's face." (Little Jnhny's but four years old); Hanna says vote for international biHow many towns have 'died" for no So what was I 10 do, eii ? metallism, Deboe will vote thatway. others reason than the wrong answer beI am gnilty. hut not condemn; If he says vote for retiring the green- ing giycii bv their citizens to the above" I took 0, was it stealing? backs and treasury notes he will oboy question! See our ads. they are the The bread to give to them." the order. If it should become evi- words of your own citizens, who, as Every man in the court-roodent during his term the Republican ueighbois, deserve your trade. j ray btard and thoughl!eb youth party must repudiate the idea that it Knew, as he looked upon her, is for the single gold standard and THE WAY IT WORKS. That the prisoner spake the truth; declare for the free and unlimited Out from their pockets came kerchiefs, coinage of silver, or any other policy, Corn is worth a dollar a bushel in Out from their eyes sprang tears, n order to hold its power Mr. Deboe Mexico, and us Mexico has not charged And out from old faded wallets would he found voting according to her money standard, tho dollar which Treasures boat. led for years. orders from his boss. It is perfectly the farmer gets for his bushel of corn evident that he is not troubled with will still be a dollar, pay his debts and The judges fiiee was :i study, my convictions of his own on the taxes, and railroad fares, and hotel bills, The ttrangest you eer saw, question, as he has shown that ho and a do'l.ir's worth of anything he needs As he cleared Iis throat and murmurwas willing to advocate any phase (rom the merchants ed of the question which at the time ap Corn is worth LM cents a bushel in ChiSomething about the law. pears tn tie expedient. If Mr. Doboe cago, and since our money standard ha For one so learnedun such matters, will refrain from blowing out tho gas been changed from the double standard So wire in dealing with men. when ho gets to- - Washington he will to the gold standard, the 21 cents which He seemed, on a simple question, meet the highest cxpect.it ions of his the farmer gets for his bushel of corn Surely puzzled just then. Kentucky constitueneney. Ho has will pay 24 cents on his deht, taxes Hut noone blamed him or wondered, been elected head waiter at the Ken- railroad fares and hotel bills, where When at last thefo words they heard tucky pic counter, and he will have formly a bushel of corn would have paid ''1 he sentence of this young prisjner to spend much of his time in dodging 4S cents ot his debts, taxes ek. "While Ik, for the present, deferred." empty dishes which hungry-expec- t the change in the money standard has And no one blamed him or wondered, ants, who may be disappointed, will cut the prices ot his corn in town, debts, When he went to her and smiled, return to him. lie may be accepted taxes, railroad fares and interests rales And tenderly led from the court-rooby the outside world :ls a fair sample were not correspondingly reduced. Himself the ' guilty" child. of Kentucky's Republican peoduct 'I his illustration has a wide application This being her first exhibit of tho which every intelligent man will under Tie hunters rest while the Derby is bekind in the great legislative exposi- stand, and it demonstrates the injustice ing run. tion at Washington, we hope an in- which the gold standard has done to the INCOMPARABLE SERVICE. dulgent public will not shoot at it, classes except the money leaders and because it is doing the best it can. monot olisfs and those who have fixed InThe Queen and Crescent trains aie the comes which are not affected by the gen linest ttains run in the State of Kentucky. V.'ALTONETTES. eral condition of the country. Louisville ! Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect Stanford Journal. Dispatch, with the main highways of the Great A Dispatch from Fiankfort says that I'm nk Lines of the North, West and Gov. James B. McCrearv will be a candi- PRESBYTERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY Wl- . 0NA ASSEM3LY GROUNDS WARSHAW, date for Congres? in this district next to WashThis - the line IND. ve.ir. That settles it. The district will ington, New York Boston and the Kast. be represented next time by a democrat The Queen and Crescent connects with and a gentleman. This meeting is May 20, to June 2nd. every line out of Cincinnati. KoQiid trip tickets are on sale vir the S T.Swirr, 1'. & T. A., Lexington. Ky. Not satisfied with his fight last Fall Queen & Ciescent Route and Cincinnati W G. Mokra.v. 1). P. A., Lexington, Ky. against the party which made him all at half rates. Ask agents for particulars. What is true of the negrot-- s of Tine-vill- e that he is or over will be, Gov. Hindinan W. C- - Rinearsox, and Bel! county, as note in the fol- continues to make war on democracy by Geu'l Pass's AgL, Cincinnati, 0. lowing from tho Stanford Interior-Journa- l, presiding at a meeting in Columbia is also true of those in the counties which declared eternal enmity to the if Laurel, Whitley and Knox. In each Chicago platform and all who stand there- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- negroes had a can on. of these counties the KET. didate for Ihe licpublican nomination of jailer. Of course no negro got a nomina There is a report current that repub- FURNISHED BY GLOVER DDIIIIETT, LOUIStion In Knox countv, howeer, a negro licans are making overtures to Judge VILLE TOIMCCO WAREHOUSE. , was really uoniin-itedbut he failed to W. E. Vamon to run for county attorney Sales on our market for the week just get a certificate. The Journal sas: on their ticket, but we can give it the lie Thecoloied voters at Pineville, outrag- - for two reasons: That party would not closed amount to 2027 hhds. with ree over the way their candidate for jiiler dare make such a proposition nor would ceipts for the Banie period 1330 hhds. was counted out by the Itcpublicans, it be a moment considered if it was made. Sales on our market biuca January 1st, held an indignation meeting and resolved There is no turncoat in Wallace's ward amount to 71,843 hhds. Sales of the crop of 18 ,on our market to this date to cut loose from the party which forever robe. amount to 63,205 hhds. keeps them hewers of wood ami drawers Ourmacket this week lias shown more of water. A club was formed 123 strong, Young chickens arc retailing at 25c "snap" and activity, all grades considerand allegiance to the Democratic party apices and strawberries at loc a qu'arf. announced. The colored brother is God made a good many other berries, ed, than any time this vear. The grades selling above S5X0 both red and colory finding by degrees who his real friends better than the strawberry, some old have been several bids higher and the are. doctor to the contrary notwithstanding, market for such goods as have been selOne effect of Ical Option in Winches- but He never made anything better than ling from $7.00 to $10.00 is decidedly ter is thus described by tlie Deiuoir.it: a nice, fit, frying chicken. stronger. The low grades with some colThere is one family in Winchester who or selling from $3.60to $5 00 have been bid fair to sit 011 the top rail of the fence LITER AR NOTES. in good request at rather better prices. in a few ye.in? it the presentcombination There is no change to report in values continues to hold good. Just before tho for the very common grades of dingy QUEE.--l VICTORIA'S DIAMOND JUBILEE Local Option law went into effect last color. Sales of good to fine leaf were week, the head of the family who loves made during the week at prices lroin In its June, number The Lulies Home $10.00 to $17.75. a good drink and has the reputation of indulging pretty freely, bought a the gal- Journal will celebrate the Diamond Ju- Trash (dark or damaged)? 1 50 to 2 00 lon keg ot snake mixture and turned it bilee in a way distinctly its own. In an Common colory trash 2 50 to 4 50 over to his wife with instructions to give article by William George Jordan, enti- Medium to good col trash 4 50 to 0 50 him a drink only when he had the dime tled "What Victoria Has Seen," the Common lugs not co!ory 2 50 to 4 50 to pay for it. The arrangement promises reader wilj be taken on the British throne, Common colory lugs 5 00 to 7 00 to be exceedingly profitable for the good and the marvelous panorama of the Medium col lugs 7 50 to 9 50 lady of the hoiife. The keg is already world's history for sixty years will pass Common to medium leaf 5 50 to 8 50 empty, and in another before him. He will at a glance see the Medium to good leaf about one-thir- d 9 00 to 14 00 week she expects to make" enough profit progress in art, science, invention music, Good tofii.a leaf 13 00 to 10 00 to buv a new parlor carpet It is said education-- ; tlie great social reforms, the Select wrappery leaf 16 00 to 19 75 however, that she U making the old man growth of nations and theadvanceof civi- The above quotations are not applicadriuk about double the niian iry which lizition. The whole story of the wor d s ble to jjreeii and frosted- - crops: to imbibe in the endeavor to get progress of thq longest reigli im English he the house newly furnished this spring, history will bevividly presented) m m Ka-niJfc 1 strong advocate of bhnctallisrrt. Wm. McKinley has been cverytliih& from a free coinage 10 to 1 silver irnin to a single gold standard advocate. John Sherman has been a servant of Wall street and tlu5 Ttothchilds since 1873, when with the hand of a legislative assassin he struck down lf our standard money. Mr Deboo's declaration that he is for "sound money" and in favor of the principles enunciated in tho St. Louis platform is an explanation which coupled with the above n still needs to be explained. When endeavoting to get the vote of Populist Poor he was a free silver man, and when lie was elected there was no man in the Kentucky legisla-tui- e who had any assurance as to his 'I will tell you jusi how it was, sir. position which was not contradicted Mj father and mmhci are dead, by equally positive assurances to And my Utile bntlher and sisters some other member of a contrary poWere hungry and asked me for hi ead. sition. However, it is not difficult to At first I eirneo it for them determine how Mr. Deboe will vote. By woikjng haid allda.;; Jf he can find out exactly what Mark Hanna wants him to do. the nuLsoinehow limen were bad, sir. only possibility of his failing to reAnd the woik all fell away. flect tho will of Maik Hanna is that "I could get no more employment; "Your name?" siid the judjze, as he eyed her With kindly look yet keen. "Is Maty McGuiro, if you please, fir." 'And our ape?" "I am turned fifteen." " "Well, Mary," and then from a paper Ho sOowv and gravely read. "You aie charged here I'm fcorry to say it With stealing three loaves of bicaJ. "You look not like aii offender, And I hope that you ran show The chaige to he falce. Now, tell me, A re you entity of tlii, or not?" A pasion:ite burst of weeping Was at tirht lit r fole. rejdy, Ihitshe dried her eyes in a moment, And looked in the judge's, ee. one-haIlecJa-ratio- She Mood at the bar of justice, Senator elect Deboe lias furnished A creature wan and wild, another ".13, 14, 15 puzzle" for In form too nuall for a woman, and gold bug politicians to In features too old for a child, solve. In an interview at Frankfort For a look eo worn and pathetic Thursday, he said: "1 belong to tho Was stamped on her pale your.;; face, school of Republicans of James Q. It teemed long years of sufferim: Blaine, William Mckinley and John Must have left that silent trace. Sherman." James G. lilaino was a llxmisville Dispatch. POWDER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its jrreat leavenins strength and healthfulness. Assure? the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common tothecheap brands, royal bakinq co., NEW YORK. HOW DO YOU ANSWER IT? story was recently told of how a preacher tested the elled of the hard times upon his congregation. At the conclusion of one of his sermons, he said: "Let everybody In the house who pays his debts stand up." Instantly every man, woman and child, with one exception, arose to tln.ii feet. lie seated the crowd, and then sail: ''Let even- - man who is not pving his debts stand up." Thnexifj m noted, a hungry indivMt a', clothed in his lasl summer (dourly assumed a perpendicular posit' n, and leaned upon the back of the at in front of him. "How is it mj--i iend," inquired the minister, "that you are Ihe only man lu this largo congregation w1k is unable to meet his o'diga-tiont,?- " ' I publish a newfpapc," he meekly replied, --'and my brethren bete, who have just stood up, are n'.I m sub scriber8, and" "Let us pray!' exclaiir-e- d the minister, Independence Herald. -1 lccg oaw j Hfc!?T5? 1 SANDY c CATPJ" n w,, Nothing else like - it:" We Send it FREE! TO pleasant Soap for the skin. The most refresnins- and aU C5 EAJK MEN.Yonng and Old. Rejoice with us in the'Discovery. - Sw !At 25 r CURfCOHSriRrVnOH JrTRg--- SO aml .m. 5&ejBJST3r?73TaLV'L2 ..STgfgjfey $? .t i- W DEDICATED xm s Errit? -4B C ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED t &Z1Z322Z i.Ia xnil KrwiVlaf u i'iv .....,... ai tv. IJ CTI'PI Wli t t7lfV r fl" I'ir.iii.i .i niwir im ij., iMr(t, VSSSSS: 5: 4 jiiunireai1 DRUGS I5TS 1 i r2& -- ASS 3 m 11 . llERNEOUSSgS J un., oririr .. or& JSgap. Tciixt KursovyABath?! n KV: BRIDBEFORD'S ECONOMIST RANGE, n!3irr onrrr riiti.n tiiv v.- $? - 5 When a man has suffered for years with a weakness that blight his Hfe and robi him of all that really make life worth living, if he avail himself of a complete cure, why not posset the moral courage to stop his downward conrse. We will send vou by mail, AlXlLUTK-li- Y PRKK, in plain itkaie, the DR. llliKrMAN'S y-i with a legal guar antceto permaniMitlv cure LiisT )lS-II0HI- I, SELF-AMiS- VITAL Kantccky Fair Dates. At the annual meeting of the Kentucky Fair Association, in the Willaid Friday afternoon, the following were elected otficers for the coming yean President, W. I. Samuels, Barddtown; Vice Presidents, J. II. Mallory, Bowling Green, and S. A. Deatherage, Richmond: v'erctary andTicisurer, A. It. Carrot h ers, Louisville. The CKinmitlce appointed to make list of dates for this season's fairs suIh niitted tlie followtng.-whic- h was adopted Iy the meeting: Versailles, Tuesday, Ju'y 20. Richmond, Tuesday, July 27. Danville, Tuesday. August 15. Lebaunon, Tuesday, August 10. Bardstown, Tuesday, Augut 17. F.lizihethtowi), Tuesday August 24. Bowling Green, Wednesday, September- lie WU te SEE THEM!. EXAMINE TI1EM! PURCHASE THEM! It lasts twice as long ss otters. Atrial wiil convince yea of Its creai merit. vvi:i picas: ta3 n.oc; jjstiCiOC3. CHARLES F.MILLER, Mfr.o! TOENCH W5U.ED TOILET SOAPS AND PCXFUr-CR- Lancaster, Pcnn. ESTABLISHED. 1839. .jMgrfcMTjS rffl F H Hfi 5 yyi I v m v m SHU'S foreer XltJiir EMISSIONS and all nimatuml drains. Returns to former appearances emaciated orj ins. No C. 0 D. fraud nor recipe deception. If we could not cure, we would not sowl our medicine FREE to try, ami rwv w hch satisfied. Write as this liiav not appear again. Address to-da-y, NESS. VAUII'iirEhE, .sKXl'Ah WEAK- ! Jmake: h Western Medicine Company, WORPOBllED. 24-2:: bO$Btil39 Kalamszeo, 3Itrb. The Finest Kigs,' Tlie Safest Drivers, The Promptest At- American Beauties 5?!&? FCCO'S SOLD OX G0RBEG l)olxitc Giinrantcc. 3VIc -- O SHAPES. & Jr'r" DONALD In s int WC3M DESTROYER A&t TO U'tot mEK EKm I l 1 tention, rf The Cheapest Prices, 1 The Favorite Stable. Telephone Your "Cousin," SOLO IN RSCHiWIOND. CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS ARTISTIC EFFECTS.-- 3 Ij THE GREATEST ASr ANO PLEASANT TAK. JIlBP' l. I A' B Smallest dose. Easiest to take. Entirely Tcirerablf. Most certain anl nr rr-failing- I'adticab, Tuesday, September, 7. 13 will be offered to Winchester, which was not represented at the meet ing. . . I July County Democratic Committee Meeting. '. B. BROADMS, Hunley's Old Stand. No. 2G. All 3-J- :SADD1,ERY:: !v OrTtctiBox. Lengths. HWrrrrfett UM ffl k jUBS!K. ff-9-S Worm Destrover EVER DISCOVERED. Sold for a quarter of a century with continually increas ing demand. Think a moment. Does this not mean merit ? 125,000 Children yearly Sent to flcDONALD'S their Graves by Worms. CELEBRATED WORM POWDERS would have saved them all. -- At a meeting of the Democratic YIGGF.BUj Co'imty Committe of Madison county, WEAK f&EH MADE it being an adjourned meeting of said Committee, held on the 5th day of April, 1897, and a quorum of said Committee being present, upon moWr V.r4rT vlw icrr. S'"0At. WW.. S7V D.' tion the following resolutions were vsif nssscojc KERV3GCR dk unanimously adopted: "" nets rov7PrfaIlr nrwi aulctlv. Cnre It Eti.I Cll vrin ft 1. Realizing that the Democratic ithcrs fill. Yonn men retain lost manhood, cl npnrCC'jTer TOiuhful Tlior. .MiinhitcivOu.': party will most faithfully promote inlcfft to Cure Xervoa,nc3", J.it Xlc'itlyEraM Ions, I.ofetX'cvw and protect the interests of the peoltlicr rt. Falling Meroor, Wnt,ijc cir, rj it nn', ami oil tJ-- ou Kit al tie oron""nnr r ple of Kentucky', anil that DemoWrrds 'rri 6n'tlt.tlrueiftt Impose a worttilcajBlrtliui cratic supremacy and control in oa I craa-s- It yields a creator rrotlU lrit on bec local affairs is absolutely essential to nelEnFHIl'Ki:ilVsao. "r Kind 1i t 'an be carried In Yet pocket, rrepjiid plil "hox, or O - .", the people's welfare, it is tho duty of r?r. rI per2ii..raritce for Curewith A. . VrltXen or2cfuii' oiijj. Paniphlettmo.SoUl br ''ruTcls-"all Democrats, in the interest of good pzrrr.ii jiebicjo. asm:".', eticagu, s. -V-- t4 NPWP5T MODELS. FANCY AND mMwwm pkice, Forsalebjall JraiBLiU and dealers In melicia-Manufactured only by the proprietor, Jo. iEit nox.: s. J j. TteolvIllf. maY5-6m- y. :roDo:x.AJLiD, Tn. o ess zsz IriM-i- PLAIN. L. & M. R. ft. CORSET -r - t- Geo, White. At V.i.teb Azbbu.s Livery Staelh. e All kinds of harness, cheaper than can be bought any wjiero iu Iliclinion 1. Give us a trial an.l be convinced, batisfjcticn Ieb2I-t- f guaranted. hand-mad- FEATHER80NE C6. A. M. I.v K. aDlVJSION. Effect 31akch 1, 1SC0. ml T ed G. W. EVANS, M..D., RED-T- he government, regardless of differences of opinion upon questions of National policy, to "unite in the selection of good men for county officers, thereby insuring to Madison county an efficient an economical administration in local affairs. 2. It is ordered that a Democratic primary election be held at the various voting precincts in Madison county on the 29th day of May, 1897, to select Democratic candidates for Comity Judge, County Attorney, County Clerk, Sheriff, Circuit Clerk, Assessor, Superintendent of Public Schools, Jailor, Surveyor, Representative in tho Legislature, and Coroner respectively, and the polls shall bo open from 7 a.m. till4 p. m. at each voting place in Madison county on the aforesafd day and for the purpose aforesaid. 3. That to defray the expenses of conducting said primary election, tho candidates who propose to submit their names to bo voted for. shall, on or before the 8th day of May.lS97, pay to the Chairman of this Committee the following sums: Each candidate for every county office except that of Coroner the sum of $50, and each candidate for the office of Coroner tho sum of $10. 4. That said primary election shall bo conducted by officers to be hereafter named by this Committee. 5. That tho Chairman and Secretary of this Committee are hereby appointed a committee to provide tlie ballots and make nil arrangements for holding said election. G. It is ordered that all legally qualified voters who consider themselves Domocrats, and who will support the nominees of this primary election, and all young men now years, under tho age of twenty-on- e but who will attain their majority on or before the day of the next general election in November, 1897, and who declare their purpose and intention to affiliate with the Democratic party, shall be entitled to vote in said primary election. 7. That the Chairman of this committee give public notice of said election by posting a copy of this door and order on the Court-hous-e at twenty other public places in the county, and shall publish n copy of this order in every issue of tfia and Richmond Ciii-jia- x from date of adoption to time of said primary election. John B. CiinNAUJr, Ch'm. WiliiIasc Jett, Scc'y. SoM by Richmond Drug Co. ami W. G. SOLE MANUFACTURERS. SOLD 3Y Express for Cinciiifwti, ians, .Maysviiie, While. TO CURE A COLD hN ONE DAY. W. D, OLDHAM & COMPANY. feblO-6m Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tabliti. All Dnipgists refund the money it it fails to Cure. Z5c. For sale by VT. G. White, DrusgUt Richmch3-6r- a mond, Ky. BED WETTING CURED OQXO PAY. Wis. Mrs. B. IT. ROWAN, Milwaukee, mch3-ly (iKO. W. Itll.KY Ky., Kecoinnienils WnjjhlV Celerv Capsules. ShcHivville, K-- , May 20, '90. To Wnht .Mcilinil Co., Col., 0 : (IX KENTUCKY ) Gi'iits I have imrolriseil a Imix of Wriuht's Celery Capsules from G. 2. G3 Schedule in effect May 2. ISO. .Midilelton, diuist, iind iibtni them fir Sour Stomach, Torpid Liver anil ConstiNo. 1. ' No 8l .a a. casidjund pation ami fouml tlidt they save me imGeorge Thorpe, 7 .5am 4.20. m 7.aoprn Lv. LouUville 9 10am '.Mpm mediate relief every time, i think it an Ar. Shelbyvtlle between remedy. 9.53am &3o)m lUOpm excellent Ar.LVrenceb'g Second Street, Dillingham Main am ICUan. dSflim tl4)pm Ar. Veriail ea building rear of II) 10pm IQSOam 7 25pm Yours very truly, Ar. Laiington itichiuoiiil Ky. Itcady to do all kinih ) WE.mI1. ut-Xo. tt No. 2. If'i 4. of hlackMnithing prom'ptly in the hesi 9 Geo. V. Kilev. 7.'Uam 5.1Upm r.ujjm Lv. Lexui.ioj 7 workmanlike manner." Ar. Vers illle aiiam 5.3f p f..28 ,m Of Shelhyvi'.If, Sr"" RAILWAY. SOUTHERN ?r 3t mail. Cincinnati. Paris, Mavs-- I r. m. ville, inch ester and 2.03 Lexington mail. Livingston, lxndon, Jel-lic1.10 Pineville. Fust line for Livipp-ton11.43 Ij)iidou,Jellko Knoxvilrc A. M. Fat line for CinciniratL :; iu Paris. WinrhcMvr. r m Kouland Lancaster and !.2" tanfonl. , 6.2o l.exinj;to I. X. 7S 1.95 12 So X. K. S10 p. yt. llAf, A. X 10:10 y$gg3ty J Mori & Ciieikli Eiltaaj. 1, Ia Effect March ISf7.) DAILY EXCBIT SUNDAY- EAST BOUND. Lve Frankfort Ar.La'rencob'g Ar. Shelbyvlllo Ar. LoulsTllle Fill a hottleor common water glns WEITDOUND rAsinouxD. with urine and let stand tuenty-fon- r Na IL No. II. 8TA JONS. No ir. I'.'n. 14. .Mam hourp; a bediment or settling indicates a 4 n.--p n 7 4 mm LuLoaisTilAr 8. lapm &3opin ArLarncbrit Ar 13pm of the kidneys'. ArllarodabgAr 4.3 Ipa r.33am diseased, condition ,7.pm ia5am ,7 40pm ar,8 m Ar nurcin..L.v 4.i0pm T.Mim When mine stains linen it is positive EASTltOU.ND ittlfNo-fti- l a tations No. Ii. t.NO 07 Na evidence of kidney trouhle. Too fro '4.2)pm 7.4oam Lr Louisvlt Ar u55amL.).iipm X45pm quent desire to urinate or pain 111 the 5 47pm 9.1Uaml Ar Shelbvil Ar 9.0am 6Mpai 10.17am Ar Verstles Ar aOi.im 11 'pm 7 31pm IL0im ArMldwiy Ar 7 41am 133pm back, is also convincing proof that the 7i0pm lilSpm ArGeorgti I.v 7 I ian 100pm kidneys and bladder are out of order. j WESS15013ND. Evstbouxa tNo 6 tNo 2. 8TATIOSS. tNo. 1 tNa S. T73AS TO 30- 7. iam 4.21pm L.V Louttvil Ar K5o 111 1 ispmi (V.S7pm Lt Verslles Ar 7.5Jami V30pm' 10204m There 13 comfort in the knowledge i4npm 11.00am 7 3pm ArNIchlrillAr that Dr. Kilmer'ti ll..Bpm aSJpm' ArRicnmo'dLv aOjjiii 1 15pm so often expres-std- , 130pm Swamp-Roo- t, 1.05pm lAr IrTlno Lt the great kidney remedy , STATIONS. Nal No. a fulfills every wish in relieving pain in L.V. LoutaTtile... 7 45a hi ;.3jnin 10 SOarn II 10pm Ar- - Loilaztoa.. the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and fSOom tLUUpm; Ar. KnoiriUe... every part of the nriuary passaces. It I. i.raam 5 Upm Ar Asaevllte 00am corrects inability to hold nriae and Ar bavannah ) 10am Ar. scaldingfpain in pacing it, or bad effects 7 40pm 5.W m Ar. Caattiuuugu.. auuam 11.10-following use of liquor, wine or beer, Ar. Atlanta....... &toam It 10pm Ar. Maron 9 10pm llfrim and overcomes that.unpleasant necessity Ar Jacksonville.. SOipm litt.im of being compelled to get up many timo Lr Ch;tt.iuoo:a Ar. Illrmlnham ll.i'Jpin IJ.TiUm The mild Spm, dur'nz the night to urinate. 4.45am Ar. Mcr.dlan 1 1 1 cr-8aJnclc-ionvtllm Trains Xos. 1,2, Chair Car3. aiipm 5 and 8 carry Free Obserra-tlo- lU.Man-- . R3Sair. 9."0an: GLOOpui l S-- '.lpm n.4Jam ilam UOJjm, n HOW TO FIND OUT. Yoy Of Dealers, Agents, Jobbers and Middlemen by buying direct from tha manufacturer. 3r . ."tv the Profits V0& GeorgetownLve Georsctown- Arr ElLhorn Switzer. Stamping Ground Duvalls Arr Newtown. Centrevillc Elizabeth Paris Lve Paris . 6 39 -- a.m. p.m. 6 51 .64o - xn 33S 4 4 - .:k 7S -- Tie HM 8 K 3 48 3 M 30 K S sn 8S3 911 9 9 I 12 4 se 4 53 5 M WEST BOUND. a.m. 93S p.m. S4 , ir Elizabeth Centreville Newtown. Georgetown Lve GeorRetown Arr DuTalla. Stamping Orocnil Switzer Frankfort. Ml MM It H3 II & 11 38 II SS s am s w M Elthorn 6 U e h e.v9 r Tae No better wheel madi than the C. D. BEKCAW, Gcn'l Pass. Agent. GEO. B. IIARPEC GenM Supt. ul Duilt in our cvn factory by skilled workmen, using the best material and the most improved machinery. Wo hava no agents Sold direct from factory to the rider, fully warranted. Shipped anywhere for examination. WRITE FOR le isscveie FranVfort, Kenlnoky. Ghes&peftke and Ohio Siilwy. Time of Trains at Winekester. Ejr. WEST BOUND. Mt. Sterling and Lexington Accom Eastern Express for Louisville Morehead and Lexington Accom. New York I.imiteil F. F. V 6 55 7 33 3 00 . 5 45 1121am )5Jpm and the extraordinary cdect of Sv amp-Rocarries Frss Cailr car Louis l llle to issoon realized. It stands the highLexington there connecting with Solid Veitl-- , bu'.O Train carrying Pullman Sleeping Q.rs via est for its wonderful cures of the mont Chattanooga to JJlrmlngham and New Oi leans. distressing case?. If you need a medicine No, S oarrtoi P.illman Sleepir LiaHvlIto to should have the best. Sold by druj;- Atlanta, alio Lazing ton to' Chattanooga, and Jacksonville via Hot Springs. Asaevlll). and! fgits, price fifty (cuts and one dollar. pompartment Sleeper Lexington to Now Or- -' leans- For a sample bottle and paiuphh-t- , both ' tDally Except Sunday. sent free by mail, mention the Cuma:c, I A. Whedow.P. &T. A. S. T. Swirr, P. aT.A.. address to Lexington. Ky. ind send ynui full post-oftiLouisville. Ky J. M. CULP.T. M. j Dr. KimerA Co., Dinghanipton, N. Y. TT. n GURKN. Gen. Supt, , iymhiujiuh u. v.. The propretor of this jmper guarantee wasnin?toa, u. u. Ar. Now Orleans ot . Na 1 Gar Interesting Offer Acms Gyclo Co., Elkhart, tad. am am pm pm r fV janZ7-6- m FREE EDUCATION. re "W.A.TURK.G Washington, H I A.. WiL IX TAYUJE.A C Louisville. Ky. P A. the genuineness of this offer. An education at Harvard, Yale, or any other college or institution of learning iu the United States, or in tlie Conservatory of Music, can lie sccureil by f any young man or woman who is New-Engla- EAST BOUND. Lexington and Morehead Accom.. 9 15 am New York Limited F. F. V. . Jl 5S am Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accom 7 00 pm Washington Express 9 68 pm Accommodation trains ran daily except Sunday. Other trains run daily. Through sleeping ind dining car service to New York! , For information, rates or sleeper reservations call on or wntc K. HOOD, Agent L.&N.By., Richmond. Ky. pr GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A. C. & O. By., Lexington. Ky. physician and surgenk, Kentucky. Richmond, DR. T. J. TAYXOR, Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery, Kentucky Richmond 3rf.ee residence on Tliir.l Strept. .... cr, L MB ... -- fc : Wo : L 000 V. L. . mm shofEB fejjk The Style. Fit and Wear; could not be Improved for Double the Price. L1S JT following quotations fairly leprc-seour market for Jjurley tobacco 180(1 nt apr7 tf C?VPCCC5C3 The Lamp .that V lie-fit- s -- a in curliest. 7 quicklv. A Who can thln2c Write for particulars , Wanted-- Jn of some slxnpi V Pret-- ct thins to CAtent ? JAMES D. BALL, yoor lda: they may brto you wealth. 36 JBromfield St., Boston, Mass. 4 WEDDnKBUR.-T-i CO, Patent AUor Bay. Washuctrin. D. (X. for thlr 8USUJ prtso orler Idea Write-JOH- ana list ot two hundred InveaUoss wasted. 2S17TAL SITSDSn?. DR. A. WILKES SMITH, Ri DENTAL SURGEON,. Kentucky -hmosd, -- Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the productions of skilled workmen, from the best material possible to put into shoes sold at these prices. snoes lor men, ana We make also )iou ana ). $250, 52.00 and $1 .75 for boys, and the W. L. Douglas Siou fouce shoe, very suitable lor s, policemen and others having much walstng to do. -letter-carrier- crop Trash (green or mixed Trash (sound) Common lugs Medium luss Good lugs . Comtnon'leaf (short) Common leaf Medium leaf Good leaf ' ' ,. Fine and seletftibns ' HON. C. $ 1.00 to 1.50 - 2.00 to"4 0Q - T. CALDWELL, & 4 00 to G .'J2.00 tc3 00. 50 5.00 to 7 Ct) 7 00 to 9 00 of Parkersburg, W. VaM Recom--- , - mends Wrights Celery Capsules. PABKERSBUna, W. mi 1 1 Good Health j " the wav to J) is a bottle of the greatest ol all blood fl punhers t Madison Monumental Works, ZXOjE3Ilr:03SrXD7 ST3T- o 14 O o o r O-- ft 5.00 to S.GQ 8.00 to 13.00 13.00-t- o Va., 16 00 January .The WmaiiTilEn. GoT; 2G, 1995. 10.00 to 19.75 CdumbuSj Ohio. lW t; - Jolmstm'& QUART We Orricc Smith building,' Min Street. onr. 0:00 to ij M.J 1:00 to 4 P. M. Office Tlractice limited to dcntUtrv. J. C Mobcan. J. A. Yates. DENTISTS, MORGAN & YATES, Richmond, -- Merchants, Hankers, Lawyers, "logicians and all economical men near W. L. Doubles Shoes liecauss they are constantly adding new styles to our and theru an3dv lanro variety,be: suited, is no rea 30 insist on son why ion cannot your ' coi;ory-;- : following quotattoW fairly rep The resent our market for hurley tobacco crop: Trash (green or mixed) Trash (sound) Common lugs Medium lugs Good lug J Commou'leai (short)' Common leaf t Medium leaf 189G ---1 W&ZwBSki SnHiiiU.- ire the best. ! " For sale by T- "SBi SeMElS - liaTinjr W. L. Douglas Shoes from dealer. Woiise onlv tho best Calf, Russia Calf (all colors), French latent Calr, JT reticti. Xnamel, Vici Kid, etc,, graded to correspond with prices of tho shoes. write S 2 75 3.00 -- 4.25 4.70 "(5.00 If dealer cannot supply jou, WWfilAS, Broekiw,, Mass. CXTXiXUVS. Kentucky. I W.L - Opp"nt Main Street, Bank. otct Madison National ' .l..-- 0;h-n-nirTCCMiai i diuli ici a ."r1!" , , " V j. r .. Ebxz. H vi.-- - i-.. i A-"- . -.- i&JXVzr li -- '... v,v 'V1 - r - W-.- r .jr- - ClnruVYpaf v -- .rw. W? -V , ""?.Trj . -- . -- ! 1 flft j-r - 6 ini 7,00 .Qftft in. " , -i d: jjngtiu, uiltXKl- - . ifliB bocents auu i.uu peroox; um at arug- '- iV,f i . w J501 tree ooiuo. S?'. w . ... .. ; - ,3s e to.fl?of lLem- Xi iTftl '"V en t... m a tn :1 a ftl , ouivj uy, i. to to 4.25 I Celery Capsules gave me great relief to 7.45 Jronl UieDegtninnjranil liave used ttiern to G.OO ever biiico. AVith pleasure, and unsoto 7.0j) licited, I recommend them to "any and or either cj to 7.00 all suffering witli 3.2,1 Gentlemen: I have been using Wright's Celery Capsules since November, ISfH. and find them to be as recommended. I first bciran taking them whilaat Hot Springs. Aik, under treat ment for cciatic Kheumatism. Liver and Stomach trouble. Constipation which I had been a long sufFerer- - 1 fouud the -- fipr nnrl nerve tonic, cures! diseases by removing from' .the system, the conditions which produce T ft"f" mem. u cxpeis ait poison jiaa impnnty iromixie piooq. n acts upon stimulant, particularly upon those nerves belonging to the the nerves as a Thb great blood pnrw afsaparilla BOTTLES. 5 -- M I 1 PI o 3-'- K . ' s p .... .'. MANTJFACTURER AND DEALER - 'J- L,, greaterforce, the lungs to take in more oxygen and to expel mors car- - tP I home acidr it ihdrjces the klilnevs to send off more of the noisonous ex- cietions front the blood; the! bowels to' have more regularity and healthfulness in tfieir action;4he seat glands to throw out more- - impdrities. OarJllnstralcd bonis oi i1 paats trill tellycuwhatls theraatttracd whottodo. IU free lor the asking. '4g i -- 03 IN" GRKNITE AND ALE s, (&G) EINIS OF CEMETERY jprfces, &?., addrees, MONUMSNTS, WORE: . -- vt U- -, w"j. n'..T ruJy3'oars. " Quart bottle, tti.ocu WH.UAMS, DAVIS. BROOKS & CO., Detroit, Midi. For if " i further-particular- CaLDWELC WWWIXMWMWWOWllrVi Take Uyvrttttsicr K HVIM jMhWOW1 MAMMMMAM .' IBS BBil I Jltck HrWirtiw and BWousBtcs. age - - j- -. . j: ir,. fV R'jld hT--j - -- tH I -- " .r ' "ar. . V I r - "r"-- . i- . 'Madijop MopUiueotal - - - - - - J . --JL-v Wo. -- . -- .. 'i?' 's, '1'.' v x -- - "r iv A 4 IPs f4 -- If- - - 3V, ""I '-- 1 r i -I- I i i The Richmond Climax. fe GOVERNOR. IIlNDMAX, of Columlifa, Bays the .Louisville l)i pateh, who has always been treated with consideration equal at least to his derUEIJHHKD EVEBT WEDSESHAY BT serts, gets the following from the StanCo. ford Interior Journal : "Not satihfied with his fight last fall against the party, which made him all J. C. CHENAULT. Proprietors and Editors. that he is or ever w ill he, Gov Hindman a. n. mii.iJzB. C H. WOODS, Associate Editor. continues to make war on Democracy by presiding at a meeting in Columbia PRICK FEU YEAR, $1.50. which declared eternal enmity to the $1.25 Chicago platform and all who btand IN ADVANCE, HENRY CLAY. J. C. BRECKINRIDGE". Carbuncles la HO'A'STHIS! u ,- ,- - -- Th8 Climax Printing JAMES 6. BECK. JO. BLACKBURN. Dr. DeBoe. Lexxington Argoraut IT IS ACCORDING TO WHOSE OX IS GORED. Louisville Dispatch WEDNESDAY, 'MAY 19, - 1S97. thereon." And there are others. Concerning: the nomination of Scott and Crutcher for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney, the Winchester Democrat says: "No better men could have been selected. Judge Scott is a splendid lawyer, has a well trained, judicial mind, is courteous, considerate, fair and wholly impartial; in fact the ideal Judge. Ren Crutcher is an able lawyer, who prosecutes all cases rigidly and fully, yet without bitterness or the spirit of persecution. The interests of thts Commonwealth and the dignity of the law are safe in iiis hands. It is not thought just now that they will have Republican opposition aud if they do thev will be elected." A F SMllS DEMOCRATIC For Circuit Judge THOMAS The man who seeks to avoid or change an obligation without the consent of the other party to itisarepudiator,and those who changed every outstanding obligation in the country by making gold the only money ol payment instead of either gold or silver, are guilty of a repudiation of all contracts which existed at the time. To insist on paying according to the contract is honorable. To change the contract so as to demand double is an act of repudiation and dishonor. Those who would pay coin obligations in gold alone are the worst class of repndiators. They are repudiating the contract printed ou the face of every United States bond, and repudiating the laws to which they must look for protection against anarch'. carbuncles on my left side and my back. They would disappear in winter and return the next summer. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and have never had any carbuncles since. My little son had a fever and on indolent ulcer appeared on his left limb and spread .half way around it. Our physician recommended a blood purifier and I gave the boy Hood's Sarsaparilla with gratifying results." A. G. B. James, Polkville, Miss. " I have been a great safferer from muscular rheumatism and in October began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. I continued its nso until January when I could go about as well as any one and I have had no acnto pains since." I. W. Mihnick, Grand Isle, Louisiana. Appeared Each Season Until Blood Was Purified With Hood's Sarsa-parll- O. An Indolent Ulcer. We the undrsighed.liavc known F. J "For several years I was troubled with Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe -- We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by HhII'b Catarrh Cure F. J. CHENEY" & CO. Props., Toledo, Brower, Scott & Frazee ARPETS, FURNITURE, WALLPAPERS. DRAPERIES. him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to earry oblitralions made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo 0., Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Dniggiets Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous "su fares of the system. Price, 7oc per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. iuay-5-li- u Testimonials free. P1 Woman's Greatest z To Be Sure That You Get One of the Eest Buv the J0r . CORRESPONDENCE. COLLEGE HILL. Is Spring CleaningluTil why not make it a lit. tie, more pleasant ller. fu- i$. TICKET PERSONAL. MrsR. L. Middelton is visiting her parents in Shelbyville. Col. Rrutus J. Clay returned Thursday from Washington. Miss Katie Rlnnton is tho guest of Miss Logan in Shelbyville. Senator John D. Harris is in Frank-fo- it this week on business. Mrs. Louis Johnston, of Ft. Garrett, is with Mrs C. D. Chenault. Mr. W. R. Shackelford has returned from a business trip to Louisville. Miss Leila Martin, of St. Louis, is the guest of Miss Anna Frazce. DrT. P. Gardner and Earle Park, of Irvine, were here Saturday. Mrs. Kuper Hood has retumed from a visit to her parents in Covington. Mrs L. J. Frazee and Mifs Ilcttie returned yesterday from St. Louis. Mrs. William Rice, of Stanford, was the guest of relatives hero last week. Messrs. G. E. Lilly and C I). Chen ault were in Frankfort Friday and Courier-Journto answer this question Madison county. "What is the caue of the extreme of scarcity of money?" After grinding out a s"lid column, For Commonwealth's Attorney "Money must be in this is B. A. CRUTCHER, of Jessamine county. one sense scarve in order to be the money or civilization at all." From the present status of the finan ANNOUNCEMENT- CANDIDATES cial stringency it U ouropiuion we must FOK MAYOR. have reached the highest stage of 'civili reader down in Alabama asks the al J. SCOTT, Mrs. Eliza Norris was paralzed last Tuesday. Ts sold by all druggists. Trice $1; six for ?5. Mrs. Wm:Broaddus is very low w ith pills to tike f, FlllS are the only Sarsaparilla. stomach trouble. with Hood's nOOUS Miss Stella Combs is kiting her grandparents at Pleasurevillc. commanding figire, exceedingly Mrs. George Ginter presented her graceful antl has a handsome, intelhusband with a fine boy, Wednesday lectual face. She is a musician of ability, and, as one of her admirers 12th. Miss Laura Johnston, who spent the said of her, "her mere looks and bear ing would insure her a brilliant suc- wilder with her sister, Mrs. Dr. cess in any public gathering." Mrs. Combs, has returned to her home" at Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 SHE NEEDS A GREAT MANY FOLDING BED. the-answ- fl. If I Ifc im Vh h zation." Uut the truth is. the scarcity of money is the chief cause of the terrible condi tion of affairs throughout the land. If the panic of 1S93, as the Courier-Journdeclares, "was the result of the fear that the country was about to go to a silver basis, in which event jersons to whom inonev was due would have lost MASS CONVENTION. DEMOCRATIC half the alnc of their securities," wli3' inPurMiniit to the order of the Demo in the world have times grown woic stead of better, now that McKinley trl cratic Suite Executive Committee, made at a maeting held at Frankfort. iiniphe'l ? It is the veriest rot to say Ky., April Kith, 1S)7, the Democrats that times continue bad because "the of Madison county are hereby re- threjt of the silver standard has been Saturday. quested to meet in mas convention, held oer the country ever since the Miss Willie Smith, of Winchester, at the Court House, in Richmond, tleclion. Though the advocates were badly beaten in 1S9G, is with Miss Mary Spencer Smith at Ky., on thev refuse to accept that decision as the Infirmary. .SATURDAY, MAY 29TII, final and boast that they will win in Mrs. W. "D. Oldham and son, of at 2 o'clock p. m., standard time), to 1900." Lexington, are the guests of her sister, select delegates to attend a DemoGreat Scott! The gold standard rulers Mrs. G. G. Prewitt. cratic State Convention to be held at of the country promised better times Mr. X. V. White has returned from Frankfort on Wednesday, June 2nd, should l'.ryan be defeated. Are they .New york, where tie purchased a lb"97, to nominate a Democratic candiafraid now to try their remedies7 Are date for the ollice of Clerk of the fouryeais not enough time in which to fine line of dry goods. Mrs. Ella Reeves spent the past Court of Appeals of Kentucky, to be demonstrate their ability and prove the voted for at the general election, in honesty of their claims? Everv work's week in Madison county. Arlen cor. Novemler, 1897. delay in the nrrivd ol General Pio-- , Winchester Democrat. John R. Chkxaui.t, Mrs. Everett "Witt has returned perity is a blot upon the iiiteguty or in Cli'in. Dem. Com. Madison county, telligence of those who inveighed against from a visit to her sister, Miss Lou td a chrome in our pnseiit financial mMchi Finney, atShelbyville. Mrs. R. "W. Miller and son, Richriseie were some who believfd thee A ruiA half of the year has ex- proini-e- s were sinceie. these poor ard, returned Monday from a visit to pired since the will of the Republican creatures are called fo ils row. But relatives in Huntsville, Ala. Party was declared. Thus far but there areknaes and fools. Timer are Mr. "W. S. AVitt, Republican candione of the important iFSiies of the no better, times can be no bttteruuiil date for County School Superintendcampaign is nearing settlement, and money becomes more plentiful and it is ent of Estill, was here Thursday. poured iuto the vai ions channels of comhardly any noticeable improvement merce in exchange for the produce of Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Stewart came in of the wretched times is manifest. the masses which is lotting on the on Saturday night from Cincinnati. Dr. Stewart returned to Frankfort The tide will soon set in strongly shelves and in the granaries of these 44 next day. against the Republican Party wnlws fctate-jMrs. Morton Perry and daughter, tho depression in buisness is altered. Mrs. T E. West, of Jessamine county, SOME DEMOCRATIC FIGURES. were the guests of Mr and Mrs. H. L. Idleness and want breed a bitter disPerry last week. (Owenton Herald. content, which will never be overMiss Bessie McGinn has returned The Democratic State Convention to come until there are ample employto her home in Versailles after a bo held in Frankfort on Wednesday, ments. June 2, will be composed of 1,091 dele- pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. John THK I'EOI'IjK J1KTRAYKD." gates, 3o(, or nearly of the K. Pates, on Broadway. "The foes America has to fear are w hole number, being furnished by 15 Dr. J. J. Chisholm, pastor of the not the sullen, savage Turks nor the counties, as follows: Jefferson SO, Ken- Winchester Presbyterian chimb, will insurrectionists of Cuba, nor the ton 35, Daviess 2o, Graves 23, Campbell preach the Raccalaureate senium at ry-grasping Rritish, but they are 22, Fayette 20, Henderson 20, Warren 19, Central University, June 6th. our patient and heart tired people, Owen 17, Christian 10, Logan 10, Union Mrs T. T. Covington and two 10, Barren 15, McCracken 15. daughters, Hester and Talitha, have our own suffering, Based upon population, Lewis is the people who, betrayed and disharten-ed- . banner Democratic county of the State, returned from a visit to their aunt. Mrs. Sarah Land, Lexington. no longer have faith in their party, GO per cent, of its entire population d Mr. Rell.of Richmond, Ky., United for Bryan. Carlisle comes nest and will turn to any leadership that Stales Pension Agent, passed through offers promise of better times, be- with 22 per cent., followed closely by here a few days ago en route for Gallatin and Ballard with 20 per cent, lieving that worse times can never each. Owen, Carroll and Boone are in Salyersville. Rousseau cor. Jackson come than those now existing." the 19 per cent, diss, which is a very Hustler. Mr. Robert L. Green, of Bracken General good showing. Bourbon and Shelby Speech of John Wanamaker, at Philadelphia set rid only 15 per cent., which was no county candidate for the Democratic nomination for clerk of the court of Rusiness Men's League Ranquet. better than was done by Breathitt, while appeals, was in here Wednesday Scott fell below 14, and Woodford and May 15. Madison went but little above 12. mixing with the voters. Miss Anabel McFarland, of Hen Tun G. A. R. elected a negro chap- Eleven per cent, was made by Fayette, lain at their encampment at Lexing Franklin and Mercer, 10 by Boyle, less derson, who has been visiting Miss ton last week. The office sought theJ than 10 by Campbell and only nine by Xettio Hume at Irvine, will today accompany the latter on her bridal mau :n this case. There is no salary, Jefftrson. The Democratic vote in most of the trip. See notice elsewhere. onlv a 'Miiguer" attached to it. mountain counties, as usual, was small. Mrs. Joe S. Rico went to Richmond Three hundred miners at Washington, Low water mark was reached in Jack Saturday. Mr. Rice went up on his Indiana, are out on a strike, sayb the eon and Leslie, a record of only a little wheel that afternoon and returned Louisville Dispatch, because the elec- over two per cent, btiug shown. yesterday ,'making the trip each way tion of McKinley raised their wrges in 3JX hours.. Stanford Journal. WHY CONTINUE THE MINTS. backward. The shot for McKiuley and Messrs S. Cabell Denny and J. M. were kicked by the gun. Farra were here yesterday in the inEvery gold standard advocate will tell terest of the Garrard count' F"air. What became of Wince Rallard, you that he is for that standard because They are good men and were in the negro candidate for Jailer before the metal or gold bullion is just as valua- charge of a good man, Col. W 9the Republican convention? Guess ble before mintage as it is after it is Owsley. he got a square drink and a promise, coined into money. Mrs. Cassius Clay, of Rourbon aud drew off. Pantagraph, please let If this be true, (and we do not deny county, aad her mother, Mrs. J. D. Wince answer for himself this time. the fact that under a single gold standHarris, of Richmond,, were well Hov. W. F. Schooler, editor of the ard it is true) what use have we for a known visitors here Wednesday Morehead Advance, has received the Re- mint? Who would pay the expressage Miss Kate Walker, of Richmond, is publican nomination for Representative on gold bullion to get it to the mints and the guest of friends here. Lexington from Rowon, Bath, and Menefee. He is back, or who would want to lose the Leader. running a good paper and working hard time to have his bullion coined, even Miss Willie Mae Denny will be and honestly, and we hope our friend though he was at the mints? graduated with the degree of Bach This is a question that ever citizen will win if it must be a republican. elor of Music, the first ever conferred should ponder over seriously who would by Reaumont College, Ilarrodsburg, To counter tbe claim of the Ijoltocratic like to see the volume of legal tender on June 2. There are eighteen gradupress that all turnpike raiders are Demo- money increased. There has not, strictly ates to receive degrees. Miss Denny crats (eilverites), the Frankfort Ledger speaking, been but few dollars added to is well known and has many, friends our volume of inonev since 1893, and in Richmond, where her parents, Mr. has the following: Hannacrat aud Republican newspapers under the existing gold stanJard it will and Mrs. W. K. Denny, long resided. liave repeatedly said that the Chicago necessarily continue to diminish. DisThe Richmond Junior Social Club platform was responsible for the depreda- aster, failure, niibery and want will continue to increase. The army of tramps will give a grand hop in the Collins tions of the tollgate raiders; that, they Ruilding on Monday night, June 7, were all etc To offset is being recruited daily, and the hope of which will be the affair of Commencerong expected but so often such lying insinuations from a subsidized prosperity ment. The floor manager areiSIessrs. pre6 one illustration only is quite suff- deferred, "uiaketh the soul sick." Green-leaf- .If we really want the various mints Robert K. Little, J. Jennings icient. Last week sir raiders were arresare to be 3Ir. The chayerones ted in Mercer county, and five of the six heretofore established under existing and Mrs. Kuper Hood, Mr. and Mrs. latvs to resume operation and coin for Republicans. were the people money by which all the Neale Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. John General wheels of couiineire can and will be un- T. McClintoek. The speech of Miss Bessie Turley will entertaiu the John "Wanamaker at the Rusi- locked, protipemy returned and a new ness Men's League banquet Friday h pe of success and prosperity created Senior Class of Hadibon Institute at night at Philadelphia has caused a in the American breast, let us all joiu in a swell 6 o'clock 'dinner on Tuesday sensation, particularly as President one grand effort and demand the restora- evening next. The following are the McKinley was in the city. He de- tion of bimetallism, recognized and es- graduates and the young gentlemen InTurley, Florence clares the people have been "be- tablished by the fuuudeis of this repub- vited: Misses Bes-dDillingham Chenault, Annie Neville trayed" by the Republican party, and lic. Duncan, Joseho arraigns tho administration in un'Tliey builtled wiser than we knew." Urisiht, Emma Cornclii-ophine Klizibeth Schmidt, Amy Virginia reserved terms. The gist of his Only leave the old paths trodden by spech, appears at the head of this them and oar destruction i3sure. Be Caldwell, Matilda Olive Tribble; Meis. column. When it is recalled that not deceived longer by that fraud party. Joe, Jeptha and Char'es Chenault, T. 11. Mr. Wanamaker was in Harrison's It is the disparity that keeps the mints Pickets, S. Neville Moberley, T. Hood Cabinet, it is all the more strange. running. If it were possible to secure Little, Leslie P. Evans. Joe Bogg-r- , Joe an nnthanging bullion value mints Tevis, Harry BlantOn, Joel Tribble, Bat then Mr. Wanamaker, though he is, is a retail mer- would be as useless under bimetallism George Burnain. chant with stores in several of our or monometallism. It is the mintage The Louisville Times of Saturday . Owing to the hard times that establishes tho jarityirom the fact contained the following complimenhis sales have fallen off, and he feels that any coined dollar will do at home tary notice of Mrs. Jason Walker, of it-- AVhen a man growls, about hard ji -- t whtt everv other dollar will, do. this city: "One of tho Jiandsomot time down here the wellfed money Opeu ibe miiiU fur both metals at the ofiicfals or the Pederation of Clubs is holders say he Is calamity howler present legal .ratio and one or the other Mrs. Jason "Walker, of Madison countand political anarchist How about will always be rushing to the mints for y- Mrs. Walker Btands high in the the despairing isKriek of this mer- coinage aud our volume of money eon-- . organization and was a conspicuous chant oriuee, thls.PhiladelptiJa jjhil-- " stantly increasing as the demands of our ilgare'bere during thev,great biennial aathropfet, this saintly JtepHfeUcaa? industrious people may require. ' She is of a meeting one year ago We al siher-fctandar- are authorized to announce I). Iv. Akjiek a candidate for Mayor of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We arc authorized to announce J. R. STorKKER a candidate for Mayor of Richmond, subject to the action of the Democratic parly. Walker is well known in Louisville where she is an occasional visitor. One of the prettiest girls who visits Louisville id Miss Evelyn Price, of Harrodsbuig, who has just concluded a visit to her relatives, the Fergusons, and has now gone to Richmond, Ky., where she will bo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Burnam. Miss Price has a bright face lighted by lovely brown eyes and is n sparkling and cultivated conversationalist. She has the easy manners of one who has always moved in the best society and is one of the most popular girls in tho State. Most of her time is spent visiting in tho various towns of Kentucky, and bhe is an acknowledged belle wherever she goes This com- Pleasurcville. All are glad to know that Wm. Combs is a candidate for the Legislature. That he w ill secure the unanimous support of his home people is a settled fact. is New To take the place of those worn ut and th passed entirety ont of stU When them, she needs them in thf , Absolutely Safe, Different Woods and Finishes. We Invite Inspection. nn t -.m I VALLEY VIEW. PERSONAL. Correct Prices. Mrs. W. E. Baldwin visited her sister, Mrs. James Hill, Thursday. Mrs. Mary M. Baker aud daughter, Miss Mary, left Tuesday for Decatur, 111. Miss Marv Young is visiting her uncle, Kev. O. J. Young and family, at Lexing- Brower, Scott 32-3- 1 & Frazee. tx And aught to have them anyway, and esisiaee she been so very economical and - ton. Corner Main and Broadway, Lexington, Ky. d William', at English. Ky. their accommodation in the hotel and Mrs. I. M. Asher accompanied by her also in the handsome and commodious college building, and no pains will be sister, Mrs. C. B. Day, of Pineville. visspared to make their sojourn a de- ited relatives and friends at Foul last w eek. lightful one. Louisville Times. Mr. George Burton, of Kirksville, is spending a few days with his brother, Fred Burton. ing month the State Federation of Mrs. Dr. E. Northcutt will return U is Women's Clubs will convene ill her week from a prolonged stav with relanative town, and she will be the tives and friends at JacksDn. hostess of some of our charming LouisRev. T. B. Scolt returned Saturday ville women. Miss Price states that from a isitto his daughter, Mrs. Cas-siarrangements have been made for iwsVissVsSfcVsra U. ES'B E&31.KWfcK0 'tW-- Jt&Art?i3!?f y during the recent i m P a SPRING POL WINQ. i? 1 yzi ;-: And now you can get them at such very L W nrnviflinrr vnn fnrnp to iw fTnni rhm ..lt t a Girjl wrS4 nr PvrMiup for nii not. mnlHiifr Vioi lim,i vri! "r:;:.". means home more pleasant for y urself. m 1 Hard Time ! I -- - th-i- t -- ." cr..iri -- BIRTHS. Potts. Born to the wife of of Whites Station on the pound boy. R. L. Pot Is 11th lust a 10 ADMONITION' TO STKAYIXO SOCtJS. DEATHS. Romxsox. At Winchester, yesterday morning, Mrs. Butler Robinson, wife of Jailer Robinson, oi that city, aged about 50 years. Deceased was a sister of Mrs. Partelio and a niece of Mrs. Nancy Moberley, of this city. Noams. W. K. Norris, lately of this county, father of W. S. aud W. P. Norris, died in Cincinnati esteiday, aged GO yedrs. Until three months ngothe deceased was in the marble business at Winchester. The burial occurs in Cin1 cinnati le leaves a wife and seven children. The Prcsbvteiian church at this place will be dedicated the second Sunday in June. Rev. Walter Baughn, of Wilmore, is holding an interesting revival at Syloam M. E. church. Rev. O. J. Young, of Lexington, preached to a large congregation at Bethel Christian church Sunday. IIIRTHS. To the wife of Morgan Taylor, the Sth boy. ins!., a ten-poun- d DEATHS. Henderson, child of Mr. and Mrs. McClelland Richard&on, died the 14th iust. FIKEI) AT KANDOM, BUT SMOKELESS. We have the best plows the facto-j- i ries produce. If you expect to do any plowing the coming spring, and are not already supplied with plows, you j cannot afford to buy before giving us a a call. Everything kept in a well m uiUipieu Jiui u wui u nuusu is luiuiu 111 our stock. I s a Our Siock is Complete Ajk1 not an f . 3'ourself. g article but what has been bought first of the year and entirely too many of t mention each one, so just rememlwr pit .w we have anything you may want in the Fh line and if you do not believe it, come and - . !3on't Forget to See Our PietureMouldini":, ft . List of Letters. Brown Birdie Humble Susie Hunter Nannie Green &. Co J G (J) McDavid J 1' Nicum w V Pence M Jt lira Richardson Bell Shanks Thomas P bhocVcUord Harriet btewart Willie Simpson Mary E Taylor A T Mrs Thompson Jim Mrs Webster TM Wilmore Lizzie Mrs White Clarke Mrs White Malinda Willison Mary col Whitman Mary White Dove W The Kentucky river, which has been very high, with the backwater extending a mile up Tates Creek, is receding. The social at Mr. Fred Burton's, last Friday night, where the elite of Valley View, coupled with the beauty of ruial maidens, was a most enjoyable affair to illflGkBlford "5RICHMOND, - Gentry, iat!!5 Furniture and Undertakers. ECMfiafl e n & K KENTUCKY. ! PF 14LLvl&Jl&&i V J- lMStKJl2j22lCMKJCJClCAf one-thir- d Turner Jane territo- much-promis- J'li. WILLIS, Postmaster. hav-ote- LOCAL,. For Mayor. the happy participants. At a contest for the ugliest young man held at Bethel last week, Mr. "Jim" Taylor led tho forces against his oppo EOS', nent ami when the vote was connted v it was found that the fair sex had bolted Mr Taylor's leadership and he was declared the winner; the winner in this casenieans the ugliest young mau. froJo( Jay 5SsUvW,sv rr. -- . Ell Ess. fi SI kJ t, --'. -- - -- X "r ia fc. . c'.v r" e .." V-:Vcma v f I I PAJTOLA.. B. D. P. Armer, is announced in this of the Ci.iiiax as a candidate for Mayor of the city of Richmond. Mr Armer has for the past twenty-fiv- e ears been a member of ttie County Court and has been known as one of the most paius-takin- g and thorough business members of that body. The presiding ofliceis of the court have always entrusted to the scrutiny of Squire Armer all of the important reports to the court. We believe" he would make a first-claMayor ami the citizens of Richmond could well trust their public affairs to his keeping. -is-u- c ss E. Covington, of Jessamine, visited relatives hcae last week. Ho I for the meeting at Berea Friday and Saturday. Panola is sporting a pairof twin mules, and they are sure to live, Prof. Adams says, for his did. Corn planting was never so late and the prospect never gloomier at this season for corn. Bark, bark, bark; not a dog's but wagon after wagon load of fanbark. 20 came in Saturday. Mrs. M. G. Sagesser aud Miss Lena Covington, of Jessamine county, visited Telatits here and at Waco last week. '- - v " jIV vffPfflBi i vi t IP ( ' &i w v it H M zj2f, ) : ww ' mm s?s s)4 Miss Chenauit's Musical. Florence Chenault, "pupil of Mrs. Jason Walker, with tho assisDelayed. tance of Mr. Wm. B. Bright, gave a KI2TGS STATION. splendid pianoforte recital last FriEstill County. day evening. There were nine numis selling at $2 per barrel. Corn bers on the program, and they wore John Jones, of Owen county, was the executed with an ease and grace that guest of George Johnson last week. only add to the belief that Miss CheFanneis have commenced planting nault is one of our best performers. Her popularity and ability drew a corn in earnest in this neighborhood. Mr. Wilgus Richardson, of Station large audience who were charmed Camp, visited his sister, Mrs. Roly by the rendition of tho following Miss- - ' Co) wwwL k?a m , . program: Beethoven Sonata Op. No. 2 Beudel By Moonlight Violin ( Romance Op3No.l.-Beck- er Solo, 2 Simple Aveu. Op.26...Thome Chaminade Air de Ballet Chopin Nocturne, Op. 9, No 2 Sclmrso, Op. 18 No. 2 ..MoFzkow8ki Violin Eolo, R'imance:Op. 50. Beethoven Barcarolle, Op. 30, No. l.Rubenstein Chopin-LiszChant Polonaise t. Witt, last week. Mr. John P. Rogers and Wade spent several days last week They report Osh scarce and hard to catch. 1 ' . - rmomuJ . & AccordinK to one authority the won! "dollar" is a corruption of the German word "thaler." the form in Dutch beinn "daalder." Danish "daler," and Italian "tallero" All these different forms were derivea from Joachim's Thai, a Bohemain town, where the Count of Schlict, A. D. 1517 coined some excellent pieces in silver of one ounce in weights "From the name of the town came Joachim's thaler, applied d to the coins, as well as that Hence, Joachim's of Schlickenthaler. thaler pieces were first contracted into Joachim's thalers and then into thalers. These coins eained such a reputation," savs the St. Louis "that they became a pattern, so that others of the same kind, though made in other places, took the name, the word assuming different spelling through the low countries, reaching; Spain as dollars, and through "" Provinces transmitted to the Western hemisphere, where it was applied to coins prior to the adoption of the federal curren- In coinage the word 'dollar' is a favor- ite, being found nnder various spellings in almost every part of the globe " The value of a dollar has so increased of late that it will now purchase twice as much as former- ly, PArticularly in dry goods, clothing, and gent'g furnishings at the New York Store, nestto Farmer's National Bank, Richmond. above-nameGlobe-Democr- A Romance Ended McFarland-Hum- e. es yell-know- n -- multi-millionai- re large-cities- Irvine social circles are all agog over a wedding that is to occur whereby one of the most beautiful and accomplished girls in this end of the State is to bid adieu to the friends who have been so fondly associated with her. At noon, at the residence Mrs, Lou L. Hume, of Miss Nettie Hume will become Mrs. Robart Munford McFarland, and a romance which began at the meeting of the State Druggist's Society last summer, at Irvine, will wind up at The bride is Hymen'fl altar Judge a granddaughter of H. C. Lilly; and a niece of Hon. Grant E. Lilly, of this city,and is tho pri.de of her mother and a favorite among her many frieuds. The brides maids will be MissAnabel McFarland. sister of the gtoom, and Miss Ida Park. Mr. Jas. Gates, of Henderson, and Dr. T. P. Gardner will bo the groomsmen. The bride will bo at tired in n superb white satincarrying- white Iris and smilax. The maids will wear "white Paris inuslin and will carry dark red carnations., After the bride will 'don a tan colored traveling-dresand the couple will depart for Henderson .where the groom is apromiuont drugto-dn- y, her-mother- Mrs. Francis King left last Saturday XSlv? for Richmond where she will spend S5& several weeks with her children who re- gKn &2ij7 side there. wS rSSfO Judge A. J. Tharp, of 3Vinston, passed (gX .'GSf through town last Thursday on his, way iiZ& home from Washington, D. C, where 'SO (gggj he went teeral weeks ago on business-Aul&$2 S a Fannie Roland died last Monday j altera short spell of sickness. .She was ,gy, a devout christian,-- a loving mother and jpJf . Ojijsv' a kind friend to all. She was So years EHco Y4 (Pg 'SJ' 4 ' - ;. v '. , j.w'. ' ' 1 . 'vi" -- m(k (M)M) ' . '," t, WWW WmjiX'.W WM'MPiN KUiiUiCUiJ li'T .r '. PC--A je"--. " x . t y 5 - "' C?- ", ' ! - ' " , - . I WmlWjS KUyKUyiUy WMvWM 1t$Si'ttfc dflSltiStiS 'lU'iUUi1 WvWWN tiUiW;WJ ftyJNW KUjlliCU ANSttW (0 ii '. Kvj it i TZA '(f iW F?1 rvl i" l(il(iM 8B Jfill j)AV riZc kb-v- 'l " r1 v i frrl '(a nt gv-?- ' - - ' . " - (j ft 11 ' jetfUtffh, N r! ll Lp-- -d 1 old. KrSZA gji . 3 , JSTEWJil The Democralsare keeping tilings hot in this neighborhood and will roll up the largest Democratic vote the 29th that it has in years. kSSV jgJ-V'STO. SpS-tf- jt t . . , "" rV i m 5D ''cTflur; gBi .:. -- si4 SjSlS . . ' - fvi vll Kvl (f$tV V to-da- y. Awarded Highest HonorsWorld's Fair, ex-Circ- M imp . jjBTS jML " " a. ivy. vs . jv!:1 - . . vv- , - ' '" -- - ' ,.. - '-a '. -'' '" ' ' pi m p .ff-y- , Yf CREAM R re few) I r - -- -i 8 IfJj &Wi BAKING y - " - ? , - s 1 &-:- i. a a ., -- -,- ? j AC v Js 'a.TT -!- - 41 .. .?-- r L$U ' ft ' MOST? PERFECT MADE gist. The beat wishes Jof many A pure Grape Cream of Tartar, Povvder Fr Martis-ofriends iaEstill anda.li . it go with from Ammom'a,"Akim of any other adulterant," .. . ju ijsakb tn&aiANyAKUt.Ht'' i' 5 1 jBlaHHHHHBHHHHH I --- V-'P :?- f- fj - ? Tk 11.0? T?T-- t , " ll l The values of what people wear is a matter ot daily experience. - 1S97. What is seen or used only occasionally WEDNESDAY. MAY 19, may have a varying value, but the article in everyday use must possess a value Cow for sale See local al. against which it is impossible for an inStawberry Sapper Friday night. dividual to array his personal expression. pla at The only goods that will stand this aro C. U. base ball team will goods of true merit. That is vhe kind Danville Saturday. we have. You get just what we tell Mrs. Lou L. Hume 1ms received the you. We have good clothing of true appointment to the Irvine pct office. merit at a very low price. As low in s buirgy, surrey or price and in many cases lower than you a For pay others. See them before buying. tf phaeton, call on John Donelson. first-clas- The Richmond Climax. Go to Court House Friday night. Bright Girls. Reduced rates are in effect via the Queen & Crescent Route from stations in Stawberry supper and Keren Glee Grand Encampment I. O. Club at Court hoiibe Friday night, bene-l- it Kentucky O. F. Louisville, May 19th and 20th, Un-deInfirmary. riters Ass'n of Ky. Lexington, May J. W. and L. A. Ballard of Whites 2Cth. Ask Agent for selling dates and Station shipped a car load of hogs to Cin- full information. cinnati Saturday. W. C. RlKEAItSOX, Gen'l Pass'r Agt., Cincinnati, O. For a snap shot picture of the Government Building, Mr. R. II. Berry, of A Long Partnership Ended. C. I., has onr thanks. After thirty years -- Chickens, as large as English sparrows, --5c a piece. Why not sell them by the quart ? Covington & Mitchell. Queen & Crescent Low Reduced Rales. rn duration the firm The annual competitive drill between the two companies of Central Universal w ill take place on Friday, May 28. surveyor, Jcclines to make the race. was the A really palatable Castor Oil can now the business. Mr. Gentry has pro- masterpiece of the Kentucky Sculp-te- r, be had under tho name of Lasol. It bably been in business here as long Joel T. Hart, and was purchased James T. Bosrs, nominated by the as any merchant, is equally as well twelve years ago by the ladies- of the Madison caunty Republicans, for county Buffalo gnats have killed fifteen horses - of Shackelford & Gentry isdissolved, Mr. D. li. Shackelford continuing sand pieces. It will not cure everything. It is not claimed that it will cure but one complaint, that is dyspepsia. We cannot say that it will cure every case of dyspepsia, but it will cure a large majority of them. Such cases as aro adapted to its use will Lexington's Handsome Court House derive immediate benefit. by Fire. One small Last Friday morning at0:30o'clock botttle will be sufficient to test it. The Shaker Digestive Cordial is especthe handsome Fayette county court house was discovered to bo on fire, ially adapted forcmaciatcd orelderly peoand only the walls now remain of ple whose food docs them but little or no good because it is not digested. Tho Corthat once beautiful structure. food At 10 o'clock the large bell, weigh- dial contains an artificially-digeste- d ing 2.500. fell, striking the famous and isa dieester of food happily combined statute, "Triumph of Chastity," Red one of the little books which your which was in the rotunda of the druggist is now giving away and learn of court house, and broke into it a thou- this wonderful remedy. The statue Says an Exchange: Over at Crow Toint, Ind., the girls have formed a "Marriageable Ladies' League," to abjure matri mouy unless the masculine applicant patronizes his homo paper. For, according to the constitution of the League, failure to patronize one's home paper, "is strong evidence of a want of intelligence, and he will prove too stingy to provide fora family, educate his children and encourage institutions of learning in the community." These are sensible girls, and there are very lew even of our most odious contemjtoraries which a sensible man would not be Willing to patronize in order to qualify himself for marriage into the League. The model letter in the Climax XT LIAYAV3 YOUR LIPS. comes from Valley View correspondA dose or two of Foley's Honey and ent. Nobody can beat it. Glance at Tar will prevent an attack of pneumania, it. crip or severe cold if taken in time. -- Jk - - iW tyll? ldMf f- Mi&p 114? Cure all liver Ills, bilious- ness, headache, soar stora-ach, indigestion, constlpa- tlon. They act eailly, with. outpalnorsripe. Soldbyalldnwrtstt. j$ centl. The only Ilia to take with Hood1! Samaparilla, Hood's r" 6 BT II 111 ttf Cuies Coughs, Colds, Croup, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, Difficult Breathing, Hooping-cough, Incipient Consumption, or Brouchiiis. Gives relief in advanced stages of Consumption, A'sthama or Bronchitis. Guaranteed. may-5.1- ia .jpV . . ' & The examination of teachers in Henderson will be held the third Fridays in May, June, July, and August. are the most fatal Of all diseases. Foley's Kidney Cure a Guaranteed remedy or money refunded. may-5-lm The Beautiful Display . IB JK f Jyi & v5, -- - i- b;fas! sS7Z3? ar . f&S V. Vy. naacsaaeeo Wm. Moody, the cripple victim of a pievious railroad accident, had his cork leg mashed off at P.uhicah and died. bowels. 10c. .......... aw t? ""80C if IP. is jS 7 I 4 M " C VX-trX- CsrC? v T ' J ' " ivyMiN (j IX " &f mt ftt f N. M v-- jc. k - ) if Casca rets stimulate liver, kidneys and Never s'eken, weaken or gripe. . inavl-ly .Work is bdng pushed on the waterworks at Hawesville, and it will be completed in two weeks. "WHAT V7S INHERIT1 We are not to blame for. We cannot be held rcsponsiable for the dispositions and tendencies which we derive from our aocestrs, nor are we responsible for thegerm3 of disease which may manifest themselves in our blood as a heritage from former generations. But we are responsible if we allow thee germs to develop into scrias diseases which will im pair our usefulness and destroy our happinessWe are responsible if we trans mit to our descendants the diseases geuns which it is possible for ns to eradicate by the use of Hood's Sarsaparilla. the one true blood purifier. This medfeine has power to make rich, red blood and establish perfect health in plabe of disete. m.ny-5-lm rv V- '- '- i A. if A o t . ) cy X1 THE Central University Commencement exercises will beuin hine Gth and continue three days. There will be twelve graduates. tions existing are perfectly amicable, as indicated by Mr. Gentry's card, elsewhere in the Climax. Turnpikes Purchased. known and popular. The dissolution is by mutual consent and the rela- Hart Memorial Association of Tiffany .nator J no. D. Harris will cultivate this year about 350 acres of corn, besides about 400 acres of wheat and 125 acres of tobacco. A visit to John Donelson's carriage factory will convince you that he has the SliOO; Tates Creek Ridge road pike, betnnei-- t line of buggies. 6urries, phaetons, ter known as Jacks Creek pike, 0 miles, etc., ever displayed in Richmond. tf $400. The committee meets Saturday to Miss Mossy Parrish will represent purchase more roads The Fiscal Court Caldwell Hish School-ithe music conwill meet May 24th to confirm sales and test at the Harrodsburg graded school make levy to pay for same. tournament. R. N. I. fc B. sells round-tri- p tickets to Harrodsbuig. for $2.75, May 27. 23 and 2i, on account of the Blue Grass Stockholders Meeting. At a special meeting of the Fiscal Court last Saturday to consider the question of buying the turnpikes, the committee bought fourteen miles of road for $1000. From Waco, College Hill and Kentucky River Turnpike Co , 8 miles, Contest. Mr Streng left yesterday for the east to lay in a new line of hat?, suits and pent furniehings before the tariff gets itbJ faii" into low prices. Harry Crawford, of Mad'iKm county, through town yesterday with a large drove of stock hogs which he b night at 3 cents. Spout Spring Times. pa-ei- i There will be a meeting of the Stockholders of the Richmond and Lexington Turnpike Road Company at the office of the Farmer'sNational Bank, Richmond, Ky., on Saturday, May 22, 181)7, to consider the propriety of selling that part of the road lying between Richmond and Kentucky river. It is important that Stockholders be present in person or by proxy. S. S. PARKS, myl2-2- t President. Sam Kennedy Weds. - Thoe donating: to the supper at Genial, popular Sam Kennedy, of Court Houe Friday night will leave unfrozen cream at Joe Giunchiglinni Kennedy & Co'yle, was united in marnot later than 2 o'clock Friday after- riage on Sunday morning at Jellico, to Miss Daisy Cook, the beautiful young noon. daughter of Cajit. L. G. Cook, this city. Commencing May 17th, the C. & The marriage was witnessed by the O. from Lexington will resume connection with L. & X. train arriving bride's sister. Miss Bertha, and Mr. Otto Powers. at seven, p. in. Close connection Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy are visiting the now on all trains via L. fe X. both to groom's father at Carlisle, but will reside mayl2-t- f and from Lexington. in this city, where many friends will Peters Lumber Co.'s Mill at. wish them all happines and prosperity. The Irvine has started again after having been rUtl down for several months. Their The ad. ofThey are Alter You. While and Gibson reminds supply of lops will only last about two weeks, when they will close down until us of the Richmond boy who told his girl when she "shook" him that he was another tide in the Kentucky river. all smilles on his face but tears at his Still ahead of them all. They heart. The firm mentioned have indulg-s can't touch our low prices on ed their customers long and patiently groceries. Some may attempt and even yet repi ess their discomfiture it but invaribly fall by the way side. at the continued disregard of their apDull days are a thing of the past at peals fur money This is "nmiles and D. Chenault & Co. our store. tears." Drop in and 6ee Messrs. White apr2S-t- f & Gibson, and give them some "encourWillie Wolfe, who has been making agement." They have in their a study of telegraph at the R. N. I. & B. and you just ought to see it. dKt for several months, went up to PaLancaster's Declamatory Contest. nola. Wednesday to act as aent fora few The gold medal contest was well atdays in Mr. Ham Smith's place. Willie i a bright boy and learns tolegra diy tended on Friday night, the receipts amounting to SCO. The young ladies rapidly Jessamine Journal. acquitted themselves very creditably If you want to be astonished call as and einced much taste and study by we did on S. - MidkitTand examine his the easy and elegant manner of reciting. line of barouches, phaetons, buggies and The judges were Messrs. P. II. Sullivan, road wagons and got his prices for same. J. Talbott Jackson and Cabel II. ChenThe poorest can afford to ride in a vehicle ault, of Richmond, who rendered a tf at his prices. unanimous decision in favor of Miss Come, get our prices on all kinds Alberta, the beautiful and gificd daughof groceries, queensware, etc., and ter of Mr. S. II. Anderson. Her subject compare them with the prices of other was, "Your Mission," and the delivery storeson first-clasoods and you will was almost faultless. Stanford Journal. find us to bo at least 15 to 25 per cent, Thanks Extended. cheaper than any grocery house in first-c1rnew-stoc- Co., New York, for $5,000. The ladies of the Association will attempt to gather up all the pieces and restore the work of art as much as possible. The damage to the court house was very great, but it is believed that it can be restored at a cost not exceeding the amount of insurance, $55,000. The building was erected in 1883-- 4 at a cost of $112,000. More than $50,000 has been expended on improvements since then. The circuit court room contained many valuable portraits, which wore all destroyed. A portrait of Jesse Bledsoe and one of William T. Harry were painted by Jouett. Other portraits which adorn the walls were those of Henry Clay, Richard H. Menifee, James O. Harrison, Madi-!?b- n C. Johnson, 'Judged George Robertson, Francis K. Hunt, John C. Breckinridge, Judge Charles Thomas and Judge Richardson. They were the work of such famous painters as Sully, Healy, Gen. S. W. Price and Miss Harlow. These valuable art treasures could easily have been saved, and many citizens insisted on removing them at the beginning of the fire, but the firemen and custodians of the building declared there was no danger of the firo reaching the circuit court room. A few minutes later, when the flames were that room, an attempt was made to save the pictures, when the dome fell and the would-b- e rescuers were forced to flee from the building to save their lives. The people of Lexington and Fayette county are filled with sorrow over the los of theso masterpieces of art, for, unlike the court house, they cannot be restored. & Proclamation by the Mayor. in Graves county. Howl's Sarsaparilla is known to be an honest medicine, and it actually cures wheu all otheis fail. Take it now. It Lack Tbo Door Before, the horse is stolen. Purify, enrich and vitalize your blood and build up your physicial system before disease attacks you and serious sickness comes. Hood's Sarsaparilla will make you strong and vigorous and will expel from your blood all impurities and germs of disease. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla now. 5 i? a Bowling Green Elks will have a big t ai ?rf sza blow-ou- t Friday night. Hood's Pllis nre the favorite family cathartic. Easy to take, gentle, mild. A lot has been donated at the Tan 25 cents. . It Yard springs in Hawesville for the erecImproper and deficient cureof the scalp tion of a Christian church. will cause grayness of the hair and baldThe Westfield (Ind.) News prints the ness. Escape both by the use of that re- following in regard to an old resident of liable specific, Hall's HdirReuewer. It that p'ace: "Frank McAvoy, for many The Hardshell Baptist foot washing years in tho employ of the L., N. A. & C. Ry. here, says I have used Chamin Graves county Sunday was largely atberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea tended- u V: Quinine hot baths and hot drinks rs remedies for a cold often derange the functions, open the pores, and make the sjsteiu susceptible to more cold. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey goes to the seat of the trouble and cures the disease without the slightest injurious effect. It Carelessness in girlhood causes the greatest Fiifiering and unhappicess in after life. Little irregularities and in girls should be looked after promptly and treatment given at once. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription promotes regularity of all feminine functons, makes strenght and builds up a sturdy health with which to meet the trials to come. The Prescription is not a universal panacea. It is good forhutonething. It is directed solely at one set of organs. Dr. Pierce's Common Sente Medical Adviser, a 1008 page medical work, profusely illustrated, will be sent free on strmpta to cover posreceipt 21 one-cetage only. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Association. Buffalo, N. Y. weak-nessent 1- -t Remedy for ten years or longer- - am never without it in my family. I consider it in my family. I consider it the best remedy of the kind manufactured. I take pleasure in recommending it.'" It is a specific for all bowel disorders. For sale by W. G. White Richmond, Ky. may-5-l- JW. timsk Is the Talk ""of & the Town. ' S i ,N- IP - i ss J. I. Hamilton bought the W. Sutton farm, near Lancaster, containing 101 acres, for SI, (MX) cash. Tetter, and Eczema. The intense itching and smarting incident to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment. Many very bad ;ases have been permanently cured by it. It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples; chapped hands, chilblains, frost bite; and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box. Salt-Kheum J6 m r Call And See Them To the Citizens of Richmond, Ky.: I- of Liberty and lovers of chivalry will, on Saturday, May 22d,at 10 a. m., decorate the graves of Confederate Soldiers in our cemetery. Therefore, I, T. T. Covngton, Mayor of the city of Richmond, Ky., do issuo this proclamation, calling upon all citizens to take notice and give themselves and employees a holiday from 10 a. m. to 12 in., so all may be able to show their respect for this beautiful ceremony of strewing flowers upon the graves of the Confederate dead. The pages of history tell of no military performances more brilliant, no fortitude more enduring, than those gallant and intrepid spirits performed from 1SG1 to 1805. Done this May 15th, 1897. T. T. Covington, Mayor. Decorating Confederate Graves. I have been notified that the friends Thursda' has been designated as the police have been instructed day and 3 o'clock in the afternoon the to look out for three runaway Mt- Sterltime for the Henderson prize shoots. - Dr. Caily's Ccndilion Powders, are just what a horse needs when in bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier and vermifuge. They are not food but medicine and the Dest in use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 3ent3 per package-Lexingto- W B 0IFIHA1 SfflMPANYX ss R'chmond. apr2S-t- f I). Chenault & Co. Thee will probably be fine driving on the public roads of the county for the next six months. A new' and iiamiHJiue vehicle can be enjoyed beyond measure. Call on John Donelson and he can supply you with anything from a road wagon to a closed carriage. tf To The People of Madison Counties. and Adjoining After thirty consecutive years in the hardware business, as a member of the firm of Shackelford & Gentry, I have retired. I take this means of thanking my numerous friends and customers for their Thos. Collins Camp, No. 215, will liberal patronage. It is with great relucform in Court House yard at 9:30 a. tance that I sever my pleasant relations Undoubtedly the cheapest gro- with those who have so long befrieded m. D. Waller Chenault Camp, !so. cery house in Central Kentucky is me. 1 trust the house will receive a I). Chenault & Co., on 2d St., Rich- continuation of the patronage hitherto 919, will form in Court House yard mond. Ky. They handle only stand- enjoyed, and heaitily commend it to my on west side, Capt. David Chenault, Commander. ard goods and sell them for less than friends. It. L. GnxTKY. John H. Morgan Camp, Sons of for hi called cheap houses charge In Danger. Confederate Veterans, will form in D. Chenault & Co. trashy stuff. apr2S-t- f He of the Stanford items certainly Court House yard, east side, D. R. To vis, Captain. The Pattie A. Clay Infirmary will give drives the goose quill in a manner that is Grand Army Post, Union Veter well calculated to disturb the a strawberry supper in Court House yard and solemnity" ot the geutle ans, are requested to form in front of Friilay n:ght May 21at, if weather is favin Court House yard, Capt. orable. The Berea Glee Club will also sex who enjoy taking a "spin" astride fountain in their "Dike," Kiy4.ha Harrodsburg Say- Creed, Commander. tive an entertainment the same night form in Caldwell High School-wil- l Court House the proceeds of which will ings. And we expect some fine morning, is resting nicely and indulging front of their building on Second go to the Infirmary. Admission to supper when he that a host street, and march to the Court House and entertainment CO cents, or 25 cents in some plesaut square, west side. rolling-pinfar supper and 50 cents to entertainment. of "fair bikers," armed with Central University Cadets will be shovels, butcher knives and other weapSam Joyce's House Burned. ons of war, will swoop down on him; and formed on Main street, in front of The residence and contents thereof, we are sore afraid when they take their Court House, Lieutenant Vestal, U to Mr. Sam Royce and situated departure there will not be enough of S. A., commanding, and will lead the on the Boonesborough pike, were burned his physical btructure left to grease a procession. The- Daughters of Confederacy will on Monday night. No iiibtirance. The teasoon. form in carriages on Second street, Jn Royce family barely escaped with their A. J. Tharp Elected Commander. front of Garnett nouse. lives. Loss 3.000 The Richmond Military Eand has Judge A. J. Tharp, of Winston, Estill C. U. Defeats Stale College. county, one of the most prominent G. kindly volunteered to head tho proOn the College Campus here Saturday A It. TJien in Kentucky, was elected cession. afternoon, C. U. defeated State College Department Commander at the KenIt is requested that all the graves in a game of base ball by a score of 17 to tucky G. A. R. Encampment at Lexingof Confederate, Federal, Mexican 14. The game, which was a hotly conton last week. Tho candidates were: A. war of 1S12, and Revolutionary Vettested one, was witnessed by a large J. Tharp, of Winston, C. W. Erdinau, of erans bo marked by small flags. crowd. Louisville, and E. P. James, of Morgan-tow- Confederate fqr first nnd United L. & N. Tharp was elected on the first States for the others. Joe Coiling, Rowland Train leaves at 1:20 p. in. ballot, he receiving 119 votes, as against David Chenault and W. Frank 73 for Erdman and 25 for James. He French, Committee. instead of 1:25 p. m. J. M. Poyntz, Train formerly duo here at 7:00 p. was declared Commander, and, with a Brig. General. a few fitting remarks, took the seat and in. now arrives 7:20 p. m. Thos. Tiiokpit, Also an additional train on Ilowland gaxellaid down by General Whedon. Major and Chief of Staff. IJranch arrives G:59 p. m., leaves 7:25 Full list of officers elected are: Slate p. in. Commander, A. J. Tharp: Senior Vice The following is a list of ConfederCommander, R. F. Martin, Louisville; ate Soldiers buried in the cemetery A Curosiiy in Cobs. R. Spires, Lexington; since the war: office a Junior Vice, J. Mrs. Ja3. Stouffer sent tc this Alexander Fife, T. B. Collins, AnMedical Director, Dr. Kimberly, Histo vegetable marvel. In some way a cornrian, J. W. Sanders, Mavsville; Chaplain, derson Chenault, James M. Clowers, cob got into her asparagus bed and right colored, Ssilphur; C. S. Coley, W. B. Miller, Chas. straight up through the cob an aspar- Rev. Louis Robinson, Assittant Adjutant General, Geo. T. Watts, Pat Cunningham, John A. G. agus branch sprouted. It grew and swelGeorge W. Maupin, Williamson, led until the cob burst pirtially open, Grinstcad, of Winston; Assistant General, James Moores. Win- Arch Maupin, Seth Maupin, James plant is securely imbedded, and but the ston; Council of Administration, Win, P. Tribble, James Tevis, Dr. --Win. we have it on exhibition. Herndon, Lancaster; Prof. Dodgg, Berea; Jennings, Captain Joe Chenault, Stouffer for Mayor. John T. Rnpsell, Greensburg; J. F. Kim James Rowland, Jlobert Freeman, Ci.iuax will be lerly, OwensborojJohn Shepherd, Lour James Smith, Captain John Hagan, Elsewhere hi found the announcement of J. B. isville; delegates to National Convention, William Gillen, Thomas U. Wells, Andy McCord, Wilham Fox, John Stouffer for Mayor of Richmond, subject Phil. Hanger, Louisville; J. 11. BrownTerrill, Jotm Trioiue, ueorge T. to the action of the Democratic party. ing, Louisville; W. G. Adams, Butler Shackelford, W. G. Ogg, Wallace Mr. Stouffer is oae of Richmond's lead- connty; J. J. Boone, Bath county; John JSmbry. The friends of the dead comrades ing merchants, and once a member of Walsh, Maysville. hnrft mentioned will nlense marbthe the City Council, and if elected Mayor the srfaves with atsmall ConfederatefflairBowling Green w ., holding .he rixteentharinaiil . po mey may .. ueuuy li.- r iiii- will discharge the duties of the office place-fmo vuuuuivr iu tee, on .uecoraMOu. y with care. "peace,-quietude day-dreas, Saturday, May 22d, has been selected by the Confederate Veterans to decorate the graves of their dead comrades. All friends and admirers of bravo deeds are invited to participate in this beautiful ceremony. Tlie schools will be out in a body. Children of Cildwell High School will sing tho Bonnie Blue Flag. The procession will form in front of the Court House at 9:30 a. in. ing boys. One of the best evidences that Ayer's Hair Vigor is an article of exceptional THE BEST REMEDY P0R RHETJ-KATISmerit is the fact that the demand for it is constantly increasing. Kb one who From the Fairharen (Ar. Y-- llegitter. uses this incomparable dressing thinks Mr. James Rowland of this village, of trying any other preparation for the states that for twenty-liv- e years his wife hair. It has been a suffeicr from rheumatism. A few nights ago she was in such pain that Farmers are grumliug everywhere she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr too much rain. Rowland for the doctor, but he had read "Ten people out of a dozen are inval of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and instead ids," says a recenFmedical authority. At of going for the physician he went to the least eight out of there ten, it is safe to store and secured a bottle of it. Tlis allow, are suffering from some form of wife did not approve of Mr. Rowland's e which a persistent use of purchase at first, but nevertheless appliAyer's Sarsaparilla would be sure tocure. ed the Balm thoroughly and in an hour's Then, don't be an involid. It time was able to go to sleep. She now The Georgetown commencement hop applies it whenever she feels an ache or a pain and finds that it always gives rewill be given June 10. says that no- - mediciue which Theie is nothing that causes women lief. He had used ever did her as much good. greater discomfort and misery than the she constantly recurring Headache. Men The 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by W. Ky. may-5-lG. suffer less with Headache. "My wile's health was very indifferent, having There will be a german given at the Heaeache continually, and just two pack- Rudd House in Owensboro Thuieday ages of Simmons .Liver Regulator released night. her from all Headache and gave tone Ercrybody Says So. and vigor to her whole system. I have Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the most wonneverregrcttted it's use." M. B. DeBord, derful medical discoeryof the age, p'cas-au- t Mt. Vernon, Ky. It and refreshing to the taste, aclpcntly and positively on kidneys, liver and bpvels, Preparations for the new Central Park cleansing tho entire srst' in. dispel colds, constipation headache, foantian at Henderson are progressing cumbiliousness.fever, habitualand try a box and Pleaso btiv rapidly. 10, 23,f.u cents, b'oldand of C. C. C. guaranteed to cure by all druggists. Fifty Dollars a week easily made. Thievpsstole two mules and a wagon Agents wanted in every locality for Hon. W. J. Bryan's great and only book, "The load of cabbage from Maxon's Mills. First Battle," The bestseller every pro"IT IS WE BEST ON EARTH." duced. Agents are taking as many as That is what Edwards & Parker, mer200 orders per. week. Beware of fraudchants of Plains, Ga .sayofChamberlan's ulent imitations. Send foroutfit and belame back gin work at once. W. B. Conkcy Com- Pain Balm, for rheumatism, deep seated and muscular pains. Sold by pany, "Publishers, 341 Dearborn Street, W. G. White Richmond, Ky. may-1- 2 Chicago. 2m M. ) blood-diseasWhite-Richmond, Jt rir YOU EVER fi8 e$$ R5fH .4Kb SBtk Mk x 1 m A Bill - ft fill IOI ss. M 1 1 Popular Store Business is carried upon Strictly Cash Basis to all aliko and this fair and square guarantee goes with eveiy sale. If ;ury purchase fails to please after j'on have it home bring ib back and your money will be refunded without question or argument. w m$ vi BH ay m o m -- w Get one of our statements of your to this iirm? We are sure 3011 have overlooked it, and take this method of urging1 a prompt settlement of your account. In order to keep up our unapproachable stock of dry goods and ladies' furnishings, it is imperative that the old accounts be settled. You see Jiow that is. All work and no play makes Veeder and John dull boys. HONEST QUALITIES, LAEGE ASSORTMENTS n m 3 OIE and LOWEST PRICI Are looked after by the old reliable, who now deals in "Wearing Apparel for males pnly. m m rSSl m GLOTHIN White ! d v1 99 may-5-l- m Pot hunting dove shooters are causing indgnation among Barren county people. When bilious or costive, eat a Cascaret, candy cathartic, cure guaranteed, 10, 25c. St. Francis academy, of Owensboro, will close with an cxibition June 15. Four thoroughbred jersey cows 'for sale. A. Wilkes Smith. may5 lyr Owensboro woolen-mi- ll was sold by R. Monarch to H. B Phillips for$35,0C0 "W2EN.1TATURE Needs assistance it may behest the render it probably, but one should remember to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed. Tho best and most simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup of of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig, Syrup Company. may-5-l- tf GiDson nrro'rTTrTT'rTT .v 7aiVfI5-V:,lJnmmmH tSAii7AAA1iA,flii5V5i ksyJiJyiii itfkKu- m rfi :K 1 SHOES, Furnishings, Hats ol FOR Boys. iVen arid &W&$lfe&: M v;"a' &Q fc&3w&tt&3$ MC 1 xrorioE. I will on May 1st sell choice meats at 12lc. per lb. As the demand for slock is entirely too great to sell same at 10c. to make a success. Your patronage is most earnestly solicited. apr28-4Jko. II. Tiioki'e. Cow For Sale. - Commissioner's : Sale! George W. Rice, Etc , Pl'B , 1 ge In E1- ClaikT5S!ce. Etc , Deft'.., jndgmenfand order of sale of BY virtue ot a Circuit Court, rendered it the Madison April Term thereof, 1897. in the aboTC style ,, canse, the undersigned will, on Notice of Hale $5.00, SG.00, $7.o0 Suits, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00 Suits Young Men's $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Splendid Knee Pants Suits, 25c, 40c, 50c Seperate Knee Pants, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 Shoes, Men's Dissolution Notice I Straw Hats, 25c, 35c. 50c. Crush Hats, 50c. Ml Fur Hats, 98c. The firm of Shackelford & Gentry has dissolved partnership, R. L. Gentry retiring, 1. Latest Style Derbies, $1.25, $2.00. B. Shackelford continuing the business iti heretofore. Fancy Colored Shirts, 4Sc, 75c, $1.00. Balbrigan Undershirts, 25c, 50e. f Kfey 3 m Ever- - article we sell is a Bargain and we have a large list c f Jl them. Here are a few ; see the figures for guaranteed goodi: . ol P5K3 leCKSieKj1 .liYf All-wo.ai Men's well made All-wo- All-Leath- er TUESDAY, JUNE 1st, 1897, y, TWO- - FARMS !FOR n. The Kentucky Star, tho Georgetown Prohibition paper, has been enlarged. HAVE Y0TJ EID27SY TROUBLE? A 50c. trial bottle of Foley's Cure'will prevent serious results from this fatal disease. may-5-lm Good milch cow for sale. For further particulars call on or address, R. L. Gentry, maylO tf Richmond, Ky. Just try a 10c. box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel regulator ever niayl-l- y made. The first strawberries shipped from Bardwell this season were sent to Chicago Monday by Eli Allen. Don't Tobacco Spit end Smoke Your Lifo Amy. If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever, be made well, strong, magnetic, Qnar-termast- er full of new life and vigor, talte tho wonder-worke- r, that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in tea days. Over 400,000 cured. Bny of your drujrgist, under guarantee to cure, COc or $1.00. Booklet and sample mailed free. Ad. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. tAn orgnization of to-da- y's the sons of ex Con- -- federate soldiers will Bhortly be effected Between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m , a,id 12 o'clock, m.. on the premises in Madison iun-tKy., proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, the following described property, tIi.: 1st, A tract of land lyine on the Richmond and Speedwell turnpike, about one niile from Speedwell, Ky., containing, 22Jli acres and 19 poles, being the old John Speed Smith ilacc. Said place contains a large and commodious dwelling house and all necessary outbuildings. 2nd, A tract of land lying 6n Hickory Lick, in Madison county, Ky. containing.) 166'f miles nort least acres, about two and one-hior Speedwell, Ky., being the place foriaerly C. C. Smith and known a. the On Monday, April 19th, 1837, .near Speedwell, owned by a black hone, about 1C hands high, tail short, Meadow Brook farm and having therusn a splendid dwelling house and all necessarj outowner can have same by proving him and paybuildings and in excellent condition for ing all charges on him. jj mayl9-2BOTH BIUTTAIN. 3rd, Atractof land lying in Madison county, . , on the waters of Hickory lick, conta! nlng Ky 131JJ acres and adjoining the aforesaid Meidow Brook farm. AH of said land is of excellent qualltynnd in a high state of cultivation.) The first sale wiU be made on the first tract o)f the apd the secontl andf'Jilrd FOR FIVE DOLLARS. J. Speed Smith ploce , on the premises of the tracts will be sold wm dc ven Meadow Brooic :trm, Are Hot INDEHENDENCE and GOOD INCOME January 1st, 1393 If cheap at $5 00? TERMS Sale will be made on a credit q f one purchasand two years from datcpf sale. The We will start 70a in your own bnsiness, with er wWlie required to give bond, with apptoved of the light and pleasant duties, enabling you to. reap comritv. for tho navment effect of"trarthasea judgmoney, to have the force and the profits from the labor of other people. day raent, bearinj legal interest from the January, issms. wiw a ueu reserreu uiwujim A Beautiful a&d Fascisainj property until all the purchase money is pild Estray Notice. lf Oil J - XJ of our way down prices. Come in and telL us what you think of these way down prices and the guarantee we give you. These are only a. few t ITJlti-ratlo- n. The undersigned has three separate smaL farms' which he offers at private sale separately oj- tdscther. All three are situated at We want your opinion of the INDEPENDENCE WHITE'S - policy we" have firmly established. Yours For Satisfaction, C STATION J" 1 on the waters of Silver Creek. They contain; respectively KJand 185 acres, laid are weU watered ana .weu unproved rams. Tncre it no better land in Madison county, most oU 3 being I u J -- i ?,. -- - . " .,- - . - - A- - li BOTTOM It is a LAND.-- 1 B K in Barren county. - or I ' ;arfc3' iia. - - "-- - - , 41 S !t L :v ' r tfr At I "i a "- . iKif'IM.itnr'" tiuife? && -' -- XLL ask'33SWiS.2. 'Ski'r'Y' Foley's Colic Carelia very Ijot; but Tiiis . is " c ' when dilated it is a .warm friend iadeeil Write for particulars, ladieg sad gentlemen.-.tffthose suffering froii( bowel complaints! JAMES L;ARSrSBONa;: tl uw Bmm xofK, ' fir- - - ai.v U - ' ii 'T j? A WAMX TXWXD. -- . I Bistiess, as4 large Profits. What We Offer" Ton. ,mayl3-2- w M. C,M.Ot3. j- . fo CURE A COLB IN OWE DAY. Take Lssmtive 'Sreao" QbIbIb TabfeU. .ItattaatetaMtaMitlieBMweirif It Mis to BWWtt, Draggm, DeAtxkV'W.' W, JOT.; tt ?-- 'Jz. j- - -- V--- -- "i "'. WB r-:- d tmrii 4i fine neighborhood and Accessible by turnpike to schools, churches, Tailroads, mllli,; Biaiion nxa etc., allwltninamuo.oi Office, tea miles from Richmond. d caslt TERMS Sale will be made or pantcuiari balance to sait purchaser. address VWhiic-4 o - oi's - m onu-thir- V i.-" K ' -- '... I B 1 Bfc M K. J l H VLV - I - feAl-t- f ,- , s Geo. D. r fl 1 , .t - I I ,ftWfllwU(iiL.Ky i. "CUtkler, Th.Sfcwt TW The -w 1 t--J I m. l- -J m I ..! riTiii)wr,nt IXtwr. . -- I- B If mw w t 1 m. m -- JB jsms -- J$M .? 9 'V'sJd3 fi2wMifisS 3 bi laS.'SiBfekisg-iMo..---- - I MBBjBjp8igJHMK ''l"VfBBBBTBBIn If 5Sr "3 c KJ- v- ' The Richmond Climax. Thm CANDIDATES TX)K ANNOUNCEMENT- stev C. - c fen - ll --- - - KENTUCKY NEWS. ZAtett Koiti From All FavrU of tho Commonwealth. s KENTUCKY G. A. R. Its Fifteenth EocMnpratnt-- A Soldi Furade of Veterans Move to the Bl Chan-tanqa There is no Word so FuS of Meaning 1 A KEPKESENTATIVE. I ? are authorized to announce Db, Elmer Nokthcutt, of Valley View, as a candidate to represent "Madison county in the Lower House of the next General Assomoiy, sno- - and the south, lies at the home of Milecf to the action of the Democratic ton H. Smith, president of tho Louis-vil- le AVe BROKEN ENGAGEMENT Caotia I'rrston Thornton to Make an Attempt oa lilt Lire. Louisville, Ky., May 17. Preston. Thornton, a member of one of the most prominent families in the stato We are authorized to announce W. avenue, this city, suffering from a and possibly mortal balW. Cosms a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the aetiou of the let wound in tho chest. That he mado an attempt upon his life Sunday afterDemocratic party. self-inflict- rhnary. May 29. and Nashville railroad, on Pourth. CIRCUIT JTJIKJE. T.J. Scott is a candidate for re election to theoftleo of Circuit Judge in this (the 23th) Judicial District, Eubject to the action of the Democratic paaty. f f f commonwealth's attorney. Bkn. A. CiiUTPUBR direct the nouncement oi Himself as a candito the office of date for Commonwealth's Attorney in this frho 5t!iJ Judicial JJisinct, nuujeti to the action of the Democratic party. anFOB JUDGE MADISON COUNTY COURT. date the ty Court, subject to the action-oDemocratic party. r. II. Sullivan. f I hereby announce myself a candifor Judge of the Madison Coun- FOB COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce G. . Lilly a candidate for County ttonuv of Madison county, subject to the action of the lippubliean party. 1-- '- - FOK JAILER. is candidate for subject to the action of the Democrat if parly. A. T. Fish is a candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P. B. Uroaddus as candidate for Jailer of Madison county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. James C. lackey is a Jailer of MadiMin county, JOB SUIT. l'URLIC INSTRUCTION. Madison county, subject to the action HETSCH, " of t e Democratic pany. to announce Of Xrvport, Ky., Iieada Guilty to Cm. AVe are authorized bezzlenient, and Receives a btuponded for Rev. Wm. Crow a candidate subSentence. County School Superintendent, NEwronr, Ky., May 17. to'the action of the Democratic ject Justus Hetseh, who was Inparty. ducted for embezzling funds whde in FOR CLERK MADISON CIRCUIT COURT. J. W. Wagers i a candidate for Superintendent or Public Sdioib. of noon in the parlor of tho Smith mansion is about all tho information obtainable as to the circumstances surrounding the affair because of extreme reticence of all in any way connected with young Thornton or the Smith family. Soon after the shooting- a special train was hurriedly sent to Lexington to bring tho family of tho wounded man to his bedside. Ills father Is CoL H. II. Thornton, of Lexington. Ills grandfather was the late Gen. Wm. Preston, of this state and the wife of Gen. "William Draper, of Massachusetts, U. S. ambassador to Rome, is his aunt. The family is well known throughout the country. Preston Thornton is about 21 years of age. Late Sunday night a statement was riven out by a friend of the Smith family, the substance of which is as follows: Mr. Thornton has been for some time engaged to be married to Miss Nettie Mr. Smith, daughter of Boll Recently the Milton II. Smith. engagement was broken off. Sunday Mr. Thornton called at the residence of Mr. Smith and after a few moments conversation in a fit of desperation pulled a pistol from his pocket and shot himself. The ball entered thebody near the heart an tha wound is probably fatal. Drs. Roberts and Cartlege are in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton reached here Sunday from their homo in Lexington to bo with their son. Mr. Thornton has bsen in tho service of the Louisville & Nashville railroad for tho past four or five years. He is a young man of fine psrsonal and bearing. A future of great usefulness seemed to be assured him. The attending physicians announced that he would hardly survive the night. - 1 S. H. Thorue, Jr., incumbent, is a candidate for Clerk of the Madison Circuit Court, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY CLERK. K ft Wo are authorized to announce candidate to sucJohn F.White aClerk of Madison ceed himself as Countv Court, subject to the action of the 'Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Dr. II. K. MiddletoN a candidate for County Clerk of Madison, subject to the action of the Democratic party. II. II. Colyer i a candidate for Sheriir of Madison county,, subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR. fob sheriff. ject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce A. J- - Uroaddus a candidate for County Aesir, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce T. C. Curry a candidate for Assessor of Madison county, subject totheac-tioof the Democratic party. FOR MWilSTAETE. for a candidate James C. Miller is county, subof Madison As-ess- or charge of the Newport post office, pleaded guilty Saturday in the United Mates court, Covington, Judge Barr presiding. The second count of the indictment, charging Hetseh with having misappropriated on April I, 1S97, funds belonging to the government in the sum of SS.0D3.03, was the one pleaded to. United States District Attorney Smith, in behalf of Hetseh, informed Judge Barr that he had agreed to a suspension of sentence in Iletsch's case. This was to allow an appeal to be mado for clemency to the president. Judge Barr said that in view of the agreement he would suspend sentence until the first day of the Dicetnoor term of court. He added, hoivever, that it would be the last time such a procedure would be allowed, say.n that he would thereafter sentence at onco those pleading gnilty. Hetsch's bond was fixed at 510,000, and was signed by his brother, John Hetseh, and cousin, Daniel Hetseh, after which he was allowed to go. HART'S STATUE, Trlatuphunt," Dentroyed by "TToman lrlre, a Orett Lou to Kentacky. Lexixotox, Ky., Ifay 17. The loss of tho famous piecj o sculpture, known as "Woman Trinmphaat," in tho courthouse lire here Friday, has cast a gloom over the entire blue ras3. region, which will bo shared by the lover3 of the beautiful in art all ove-tUnited States. It was the master piece of that famous Kentucky sculptor, Joel T. Hart, who was born in Clark county in 1S10, and died in Florence, Italy, in 1S77. The art correspondent of the London Athena3Jm onee said that it was the finest work in existence. Hart was offerjd 523.0D3 for tne piece before it was finished It was sold after his death and became the property of the Tiffany. New York, who in turn disposed of it to the ladies of the Hart Memorial association, of Lexington, of which Mrs.. Wm. C. P. Breckinridge, now dead, was the president. he Ky.. May 12. SexatE and about which such tender recollec- boose blll.kcowTi as the fmob law" bill The wm up nJ ti.e apDitituto as offered by the tions cluster ukca partment of Kentucky, bogan here senate comnjlitcfl ws adopted 'ani pasted as as that of thunam nle4 without; a slcgle voto oroinst .Monday with a parade which moved "Mother" It It is nns o tho most important hilts of tho Center of Broadway and irom h session. tblr concurred la she who thethe bouse.It will prorotedbeltw- - provides Jdain to the Chautauqua crrounds. or Iha starting at 2:33 o'clock .Monday afttHQ or taut more per.ons who band A ernoon. was headed by a pla-"tothcmselres to intimidate, a' arm our helpless or lijura lOTether persoa any or of police on horseback, cominfancy and cue any person frooi an ofllcer toof restho manded by Chief of Police Jesse, as- guided our law ah 11 be declared cullty of a felony, and. sisted "by captain of the night watch upon conrlctlon, bo confined la tho penitenfirst totter- - tiary from one to Ave years. Section Ka i M ilkcrson. Then came the mayor Yn ncr cfM" stipulate th tt two or rzore pemons who band and city officials in carriages, officers upthemselves life cf on conviction t Jtiether to destroy prope-tof the Confederate Veterans' associa- - . will be sent to tho penitentiary tion in carriages, S00 school, children in ) every Ex- - for from one to five yrarj, no nnttcr whether wagons, some of them dressed in red, I tnt property li reall dunked or not. It some in white, soma in blue. Then result to psrsia or property tho . men convicted ha 1 be connnet In the peniv followed the State college cadets with, tentiary for from one to fifteen years, un ess Hi I J two pieces of artillery. death results, when the law regarding snch &danger. came mo . a. n. ouiciais, in- g &!!!&. will hold Judges shaU in force. cluding the national commander, enariro ths Jury in writin- - that a plea of heat orpastoa will have no weicht. The person Clarkson. Uhey were in carriages. composing a mob Uei tropins any prop rty Then came the banl, white G. A. R.'s win be held indlvlduilUand collectively H on foot, drum corns, colored G A. R.'s so assists Nature in the change taking: ble. andsuit can be br.u,'ht for damaxes In led by drum and fife, state guard. paC U)at the Expectant ntotlier IS any court bavin; Jurlsd ction. Any officer be lievln? that an attempt tit be made to Injure ..., w.V.w. Wl uw . , ,v, , Lieut. Gov. Worthinjrton, Postmaster enabled to look forward without dread .pctsoma DiictiJiDarsatii njtvs mo yowcr to summon ns many able-bt- d eJ men between IMcChcsney and Col, Wilbur R. Smith to the hour when she experiences the tbo age of S! and s0 as nccesi.r to protect a in one carriage, and the balance of the joy of Motherhood. It insures safety prisoner. He can notify them br written sum- governor's staff and state officials fol- to both Mother and Child, and she is mons or by word of mouth, end if they fill to comply they to a lowed ia carriages. found stronger after than before con- II0J to $500. will be liibie person tine of from Upon any making oath 3 he came another company of milreason to believe that an altecpt that he finement in short, it "makes Childitia followed by the Sons of Veterans will be made to Injure property, to any countr and the colored Sons of Veterans. Ar- birth easy," as so many have said. jadse. the snid Judge shall order tbe sheriff or of the to less riving at tho Chautauqua grounds the Don't be persuaded. Use nothing but constable nor morecounty ten summon notmen. d than two than procession disbanded and the Auditorwho shall watch the property for 30 days. If, ium, which siats 4,000 people, was at thi end of 3J days, tho judge has roason to believe quickly filled to overflowing and by tbat it Is still Buffered moro in tea minutes with "Jly tto property, the 3:30 o'clock 7,00.) people were in tho cither wlfoher other two children than sho did ncceary to guard of (nurds shall be kept for another 3J building and scattered through the altogether rilh-- her last,havlng previously used dtys, and at thoend of - 11 is a oiosa- thit time for another A lour IKHH03 or juoiocrs t rieaa.SO days If necessary. Personj who" refuse to nS to anyone erpeetinp to become a mother, answer the auditorium was handsomely ' ears a customer." Henderson Dale, Carml, III. liable a summons to act as cuard will be a nns of from to to US. If the Jtfdso to decorated with bunting, national colS""t It M!I. on ncdn ef price, f I ma V CR BOTTLE. or sheriff, or other peace cfacer. falls to disIjv1cTo Expectant Mothers" mailed free, containing ors. President McKinley's picture and charge his duty he shall, upoa conviction, be va'uable information and voluntary teatunontaJs. pictures of distinguished federal solfined from 1 100 to J50O, and forfeit hU office, diers. Tha. 500 school children were THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.An.AnTA.GA. the officers shall b: paid 50 cents for sumSOLD at ALL DRUGGISTS. moning guard and the guards paid 12 for disposed on the stage on taiscl seats, wary 10 hours, tho money to come out of the boys all dresed in blue, forming ih county .treasury. Tho governor is the bluo field of the national flag, tho to offer rewards not exceeding 1500 THI LEGISLATURE. girls dressed in white and in red, for the apprehension and conviction of persons, nrtrl trtn crtitntv Inrtrr.. f!rt nffa, ..v.rit. formed the alternating bars of tho But Little limlness Transacted In ll" cuse of ilag. The ceremonies were opened by j innate Several Slaasnrns Actod Upon !o j of not over 0. In prisoners mobs trylnjr to rescue prisoners, thi mar be armed. Hon. Wood D. Dunlap. chairman. the IloaiB. A fine of from tt0 to 500 Is provided upon the Ky FRAMCFvitr. May Tb " EATE First came a chorus by tho school ' Stcpsenson fusion bill, any person sending a threaten of children, led by the band, "My Coun- - a candidate Is nominatedproviding that where ing notice. by tiro nartles for IIocse Mr. Carroll'ii resolution urgln? tho try, 'Tis of Thee," then prayer by the t itiAi.m.rffl.. tt- aiemumy coneresmon to thair bss j iiinrnnrt.rth.rf.ri. G. A. R. chaplain. ofeich party, came r deavors to have the irovemment adoTit ,nmn 1 hen a remarkable scene was wit- - j as a special order. M btepbenson tffjred a D nn tt) utilize the wator mr of th ffiln for moved j rfirer f .lis at Louisville, was adopted. A nesbed. Mayor Simrall had chosen substitutetne his oxn bid. 10 nave substitute printed. The repub message from the governor announced that CcL W. C. P. breckinriJgc to welcome iicans ana goia democrats fusfd on the bill the veterans to Lexington, and when vote and defeated Goebel's motion. Ste- ha had signed tho br the state. ' for the borrowing ct tsuu.OOO phenson then moved to extenj tho seswhite-haire- d that orator arose to make till BRIBERY CASE ENDED. the welcoming address he was cheered sion lost the bill was disposed of.theThe motion was for want of a quorum, democrats e to the echo. using to vote. Mr. lllsscm movod a call of ref Iavnatlgwtlng Committee Extho senate. Adopted. The call showcl only onerates Ilepr.seatatlvef Clark, Johns Will ISradley Sign the Hills? 16 pres-and tho chair ordered the doors nnd Gosm. Fkaxkfort, Ky., May 11. Four im- locked and the scrjeant-a'-arm- s was given a Fbaxkfokt, Ky., May 12. Tho list of the absentees and ordered to crrest the portant bills will have been in the absentees. Af cr he had been ab3cnt a few j bribery investigating committee, com-- I ten days Tuesday and minutes the posed cf Kepresentatives Uail-will become laws without his signa- tho sergeant-at-arm- s chair said it wa apparent that ey, Ashcraft, Howard Steele, N.I was not going to do and ture unless he signs or vetoes them his dut. therefo-- e he wou'd count for I Rice, which was appointed N.some be. ore noon. One of the bills provides himself and sec If a quorum was present. time ago to investiatu the brib-Ho counted I for borrowing SoOO.OOO on stato A motion to "and announced a quorum. cry charges in connection with tho further bonds with which to pay off tho asy- under the call suspendmade. Tho proceedingit j late senatorial race, has finished itsla-- j was vote on lum debts, and another provides the etood 16 yeas and no nays. The chair an- bors and will report Wedneslay or nounced that the motion was carried. Mr. seven judges of the court of appeals cora-- j Thursday. The with a secretary each. All are in iJronston appealed from tho decision of tho mittec is now in report of the the Senator doubt, especially the latter, because chair. The chair des gnatcd saying theKoa to i Steele, tho chairman, hands of J. A. preside. Bronston objected, pre?! and says that the recommendation of the governor dent pro tern, was the only one who could tako t alter investigating all charges of bribthat some of the courts' present em- mo cnair. xnjro was much squabbling end ery against members and others it finally Bronston read ployes be dispensed with, has not been, many points of order.butpi finds that' there is no truth in them. the rule, maklnj It so tin that the presia loptid. dent pro tern, must preside that the chair The report completely exonerates his ruling and called on A Tend Leader Killed. ' changed pending the appeal A soon Gocbel to Representatives Nerge Clark, John II. preside as Goebel Louisville, Ky.. May ll. Pete Am-sle- reached the chair. Senator Smith unexpect- - Johns and W. G. Gossom, who are ths the leader of the now notorious edly made a motion tJ adjourn. Goebel" pro- three men whom CapU Xoel Gaines, of ceeded to put the motion by viva voce vote, Hunter bribery fame, named as the Wefcir faction, which has been ready although for years to shoot any member of the clamoring Stephenson and several others wero men who wero to bo bought to vote for to be recojnizid. He announcod Jlolcn faction on sight, was killed in the ayes had it and "the senate stands Dr. Hunter in the senatorial race. Leslie county as he sat in his cabin adjourned till Saturday morning.'- The report will also exonerate other House Bills passed: Providing for secret members whose names are mentioned floor, far up on the mountainside. A big mob is out in search of the assassin ballot is the election of school trustees In cit- in connection with this affair. ies of the first class: appropriates and the whole factional trouble will rebuild the hops at the Eduyvllle S15.030 to Fourth-e- l I'ostmatter In Kentneky. penitenbo started again. The murderer may tiary; providing that the fiscal court may seWashington, May 12. These postlect some one other than the sheriff to collect bs killed on sight. delinquent taxes: thi senate bill to rcJuco masters were appointed in Kentucky Tuesday: C Henderson, at B.acksford, tl"e per capita of the asvlum Inmatos from ! Not Head. Klser M. G. Ashby, 1150 to $1.5 was by tho Asiilaxd, Ky., May 1L David Kiser, committee, but it reportid adversely second "Webster county; county; A. C.at lleech was l.owc, the Carter county man under indict-i- . reading nnyhow, which ordered toit Its pas3 Vrove, McLean will Indicates at Lewlsport, Hancock county: A. ent in the United States court lor when It comes to a final voto. M. Harnett, at Ncbo, Hopkins counillicit whisky selling, and who wrote FRANKrtoUT. 1 Grounds. Lexikotox, Ky., May 1L The 15th state encampment of the G A. R. de- THE LEpiSLATUpEr fttbttituto to tba lltrtio "Mob Lntf1 llUl Olorod and Art opted la tho Sen ' nts Stop If wmmmmmwmtm Baron Bell (Two-year-o- ld m G&&4&&&&,ifr,QQ,Q -- trial.) J 1 OU wall L -- rfs LSSKPSk. mum p.-o- It on WjZ I watched 1 t&MMl W P , TThe y, I mm jrar .mt9 toTj9iLfe rexi 'ate,Lan.' isw i . The a conchinir. take nnlckest and surest Dr. Bell's B way is to Pine-Tnr-- That g an.-Inju- Pj Honey. JV. gnarsmteeil CO Ugh rem- - W E7 cuy, wio(iy uniiKouiiouiera Doner; mem- curls (iirectiv on tne inucensresplra-j-a R? b runes, heals the lungs nul r? tnrv ftrpnna nnd lnvirntfatH the El ft Whole system. HAinX BELL is a bay stallion, 15, hands hjgh, 2:18; 1st dam Crescent 2.25S, by Belmout; 2nd dam by Normau, nire of Lulu 2:Lrs and sire foilcl in 1891. Sired by Baron s TViltMM 'Mother's Friend" ll Man UK. tStil,!.. -- , of the dim of twenty-on- 2; perf jrmers 1 ( j Pine-Ta- r- t. i Honey B. virtues or R extracted by a new R srleutldc process. 25c, K &0o aud SI. Annfolna Vij AnninnlMtoil old und healing :j hs '4 W ' "Mother's Friend" able-bodie- Xl all I.K Ifl. HI ptMV dmnlta.or VJ acnt spm Better b.ecdlnj can not be found 1 the Stnd Too!:. His sire. Baron Wilkes 2:18. is eon cd- el by the trotting horse world to ls ths best ttallion living, bavins been sold recently for 'lo.OOO, the largest price paid for any horse laice boom times, and his dam v it Crescent, ith a race of 2:2V,, to high whcl ulky, by Itilmont, sire of Nutwood 2:1S, irlmont2:03'4,andahost of other fast per- lrmers. BAIION BELL has had very littla training, nd should easily trot in 2:23 thU year. Will stand at $10.00 to Insure, a marc with loal. rei-or- d r'al 2:ll. gj w A 3 If 'V V Look Under the Enamel! Hv Bia. aaasB aJisssK7 2-- ; ;fc ,fC. P v3r O ww S P Htdlrlat Ci., radacak, Kj. "Oiunj-lletcall- e. mc!i21 lw - B. H. INSALE i, We want bright business men to represent us everywhere. 9 f? SV ' KEADY TO Subscribe Now I THB MONARCH Chicago CYCLE CO., Lonn r " SUPPLYJHE TRADE Our f.ictory iiioimI irt u prepared to a. now ruimiiii:, ami we aw fill orders f'rtii.tof fh ; laurel Slifet in Rich ' !! JJ un 11,113. . 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Nam VV .y paper, ti per Ikji, small box St. Sent, c7 ffciled In piain wrapir. rena ta in 1 rtamiw for partM.1 la o!t by tjrrl Coin t Repoi ts. Reliable News Reports. Iloncst Editorial Policv. Correct Market Reports. The Weekly Louisville Dispatch and The Climax ooeye.tr for $1.75 l.orn(inre. 1 Renuhir Prire Wee: Diapatrh (.$1.00) ami Climax ($l.So), y.-- G. Wisite. -- y, JTJST I ' tht mmm m&Mm N-i5rv1- Jiave just opened on Fhst Street, in the Caperton Buildino, a osnrsiiD ft rfdSzl 1 KJ SS && llS & BCJTCHEE SHOP And will keep on hand the best qualitj- - of Fresh and Dried Meats, at reasonable prices. Meats delivered promptly. Your Patronasre solicited. ' n We are authorized to announce J. 11. Henry a candidate for Magistrate of Kirksville Precinct, subject to the action of the Democratic party, on the free turnpike ticket. FOR CITY ATTORNEY. Democratic party. AVe are authorized to announce J, for Talrot Jackson as a candidateKy.. City Attorney, of Richmond. Death of Siatnuel Garrett. subject to the action of,.the DemoPnrscETOS', Ky., May 17. Samuel cratic party. Garrett, one of ths oldest and wealth- We are authorized to announce Green Clay a candidate for the olllce of Citv Attorney,of Richmond, to the action of the R?-Subject ME MADETABEETS A MAN J' tK AJAX A ory, "" and in old or bo tin ess or marn&se lrevat Insanity cud Contnmption. it titvkfli t in time. Their n fchcras immediate lmDrovsxnent and effect a CURE where all other Itai In-They upon hdTinc the ptnnine Ajsz Ttieti hare cored thousands and wil! euro you. Aeeiveapo-IUtwritten imaranto to elect a cce ttf HTC in each cace cr refund the money Price vJw Ulwi per rackare; or ix ikir (fall treatment) for tZJOX By ffrapwr upon receipt of price I irculor ramiJ, in o pl-- 33 Ilea ec7 cnusec and lodis cretionit. Thy quickly and surctv young, LoKt Vitality XJ", Vt rroti DumtM-Faili- ng I m potency, feieepiesenesa, by Abate or other EUceabt POSITIYEL.Y CURE rtore faretndr. fit a man xroo AJAX REMEDY CO., For sale in Richmond, Herndon. Ky , by "Tif Uaan fab3-ly A. The Uct tr, && Cycle Handsomest '97 ftr v BICYCLE Manufactured. iest citizens of Caldwell county, died at his home, near Dulany, of heart trouble. 'He was brought here for interment in the family vault. He was worth 5150,000. He leaves five children, Mrs. Charles Ratliff, Miss Eliza Garrett, Ed., Robert and Will Garrett KUlod by a falllnc Tree. Wbiout, Ky., May 17. J?.mes Nixon, an engineer of Lost Branch, Pike county, was killed by a falling tree. hour3 Nixon's body was found later by his wife. Nixon was well known in Cincinnati, where he learned engineering. An Additional 1'oinr Houij. Lexikgtox, Ky., May 17. The Central Electric Co. is building an additional power bouse for dynamos to bs used in lighting the city. A 30,000,000 gallon ressr voir is being bnilt. 'ihe cost of these improvements will ba about $33,000. Itetter Times at BtrdtrslL Bardwell, Ky., May 17. This place is rejoicing because of tho arrival of a large force sent here by the Illinois Central Railroad Co. to bfginT an extensive job of grading, which will require sereral months' work- to JPricc, S75.00. 1- -4 go down to death every year women own ignorance a n 3 neglect. Every woman should know something of the physiology of her woman ly self. Every woman should Thousands of Corrugated Tubing, 1 in. Oil Reservoir Hubs. Write for a Catalogue Every Wheel Warranted. if? Deal Direct With Us. Manufactured by through their cssse. H. KaLBACH & SGN, LEBANON, PA. mmm ... HE oX,XO PATS THE FREIGHT. THE. .Y0D DRINKS. PAY FOR NO. 8 SECOND STREET, Phone.No. 3. R!P.HnNI). w . W. - TheJV Bryan's (Trent book, "The First Battle." best seller ever produced, .Agents are f COM-PAIf- A EASILY MADE TIFTY DOLLARS In "WEEKlocalitv for Hon. wasted everT taking as many as 26D orders per week. Beware Send for outfit and of fraudulent lmitatir-BsY, beffin work at once. W. B OONKEV Publishers, 31 Dearborn Street, Chicago.. aya3-i- w appreciate the importance of the health I and strength of the delicate onrars : that constitute her womanhood. The woman who neglects her health in this respectis sure to be a continual sufferer and is in constant danger of an early grave. To such a woman wifehood is a Oa-itorture and motherhood a menace. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription acts directly and only on the organs that make wifehood and motherhood possible. It mon and roa jbs, tJ.OJiil.Mi them and makes them healthy. good ' 7": Cattle Fair It prepares a woman for an almost pang-le- ss exports. I4.7J&3.I5.to good shippers', fbutchers', to choice maternity. It does awajr with UOJa-ttP'- . fair 10 n,cdlum butchers,' ) the dangers of motherhood. It, insures 3.9 : coELinon, S2 7Si4'l Siieip' am) 1.a:b SheepExtras, KM the .health of the new comer in the family. Over oo.ooo women have testified to its C.0i; ,rood to choice." riuo(4.-iwonderful virtures. All good druggists ped) to fair. tt7J&3.bli toLambs Extra (cliptHtaQSLOX choice,. sell it. There is nothing "just as good." coinmoa to fair. eood Itiialici; spring iambi, ' If it had not been for your medicine and your ta.yj. advice," writes Mrs. I, V. Thomat, of Actoine, Veai. Calves F ir to good lieht.'tiS'.jj "Pike Co, Arks.. "" I would no doubt be In my grave or in an irasaoe awlum. Fourteen years CM: extra, iClo. Luiaciun und Urge, UiQ &U aro. when nr second child was lwm,I came very Woot Unwashed Kno merino. 46311c per near losing ray tniud. My "head would hurt o doming. I3llci ired.nm. bad I COUI4 hardly live, 1 coma not ue cmrn ana lb: quarter-bloo- d raise np without great pain, MyJiftirBS a misdelaine and rluthlni;. 1 Que. braid. ,1S1 Jc: ery to rae. Cod atone knows what! snCercd. I medium comtiac 11 1 c "Washed" Sae me- had. lost all fcopr of being- cared, but I took your rino X to XX. 1 ia. intdluai clotoln'r. l4lc;'T Favorite Presi nption according to directions. ueece. iSiil it n; cosbin..'S 17c;I used one bottle of the Pleasant Pellet. asinine O quar.er-.iiOl una low,, 1J,j;c vcomtnoa Golden Medical Discovery, and bis two of the d, of Favorite Prescription ' In a little, over one coarse. 1S.J30. ciioicc. Hc year alter 1 ezan your medicine I ravcbirtU U 1' MtW TToBlcJiay la ten "nns. Since! I have a bov babyMs months "' J. He pounds at birth. - PWm rZT;4,V!??:L. ' of these,! te' . Z erin heu. since vl- 1511.-- JuVv. 3iXc ailtedV- - July, CJl ifldrcntJMinThadbrTc-vcnnrbcfor- e. St .Before t Sic ft.ked; hepctmber.sec. eslted. was about uin2 yoar lueaidne my wetehtand now one pounds, bund red and tWrty-fir-e Iweigk Oats May, 3cn;'Jul5Vi-i"J " -s com--m- THE COURTHOUSE the United States court officials of Covington that ho was dead, will be At Lexington, Ky.. Destroyed by Fire at n Lost of SG3,0U(I llirt Statue and surrendered to the authorities at that Valutt Pain tings I.ujc p nt by his brothers, who were his Lexixgtox, Ky., Slay 15. The courtbondsmen. Kiser was tried for lunacy house was completely burned and in at Grayson WeJnesday last. an hour nothing remained but walls. A. s Old nible. Hart'sbeautiful masterpiece was deMiDDLEnuRO, Ky., May 11. MJt E. stroyed in an attempt to remove it. J. Godbey, a prominent farmer of this Many of tho loose records were carplace, has in his possession a Bible ried out and others are in a steel vault published in 1045. Although the in tho basement. The courthouse was 1 ;aves are yellow with ago the print is built ten years ago and cost 5120,003. us clear as though it had just come The firo started in tho jury room from the press. which was vacant. The county school superintendent was conducting an ex'Woman bhonts Wom-inLexisotok, Ky., May 11. Mary Jane amination of 50 school children in the Nichols and Mnttie Talbott, colored courtroom and they were all rescued. Firemen were helpless in the beginwomen, quarreled over a man Monday morning. '1 albott shot Nichols in tho ning and soon deserted the courthouse to save surrounding buildings. High shoulder and escaped. wind prevailed, and for a time tho buildings to the northeast were in Llgbtnlac'a Treat. EVASSVILLE, Ind., May 11. During great danger from flying embers. a hard rain and thunderstorm light- Bucket and garden hose brigades put ning struek the home of I. N. Sanders. out many incipient fires. The Central It first hit on the roof, then bounded and First national banks and the offices to the eaves and went down the of the Leader and the Herald were in corner of the houso and en- the line of the fire, and wcr quickly tered the parlor, where two children emptied of books and records. When the fire was under control it were playing on mandolins. A chair- on which one sat had a leg was found that the first floor and baseknocked off and a table in tho room ment were partly saved from destrucfared tho same. Ihe children were tion by fire, but deluged with water. stunned, but not injured. Xhe light- In addition to the total destruction of ning then escaped from the room and Hart statue many valuable paintings departed over a metal clothesline In in the court rooms iero lost There were portraits of Henry Clay, thtfyard. The stable at the other end Richard Menefeej William T. Berry, of the line was badly damaged. Judge Robertson, Thomas P. "Marshall Grava of IlnivclU' Father. and other famous Kentuckians paintToledo, O., May 11. While the ed by Healy, Sully and other noted artwork of transferring coffins from tho ists. The loss on tho building is SCO,old to the new cemetery in Bowling 00 and the Insurance S41.00J. Green was going on, workmen ran ATTEMPTED FUSION. across tho grave of the father of W. D. Howells, the novelist. The stone was A. 'Wild Scene In the Kentucky Senate-FurtTroauln Impacted. an old one, but the name was plainly Frankfort, Ky., May 15. A wild discernable. scene occurred in the state senate Fri-la-y Ilrakeman 8a.-- for S50.O00. gold over an attempt of the Eltbia, O.. May 1L Charles Hud- Jemocrats aud republicans fused force to son, a brakeman of the C, C, C tt St a bill providing for putting L. Railroad Co., was injured in a ;hrough devices' wreck lust October at Lagrange, O. sne name under two different The n the state election ballots. He now sues the company for $30,003 democrats, though in the minorityr damages. jutgeneraled the opposition, got ono Twkstt years ago the new postmas- af their number, Senator Goebel, in ter in New York would have had to the chair pending an appeal and adappoint 2,000 subordinates. Now there journed the senate. The appeal was aro only two positions not covered by from the ruling of the republican quorum president, wno counted Jt civil service rules. present although not voting. The Wadded nt Vovay. majority ro fused to stand adjourned OWENTOX, Ky., May 15. ForrestTal-bot- t on the announcement of the pro tern and Miss Ada Settle, the President Worthington was speaker. daughter of Attorney James II. urged baek to tho chain ''Falsehood" Settle, of Hosier, this county, eloped and "indecency" were words hurled to Vcvay, Ind., and were married. The between Stephenson and Qoebel, who bride ia a niece of Congressman Settle. teemed both about to dray weapons. .Men had to got between the president and Bronson, but the president finally THE MARKETS. declared the senate adjorced because tho democratic clerks, who left oa the CuCisNA7i,JIay 15. FLOun Spring fancy, 43.8 ?):. sprlrg Qrst announcement of adjournment famllr. (14ln3 JO: nrln? n.ilent. fL.'frrf 1 7.i: "wouldn't do their duty" as he exwinter patent. MSO&iS). t4ioa0: pressed it. family. M.35&3.6V extra, Z.9)'3.3). low grade. X.ir Broken Daring: Initiation. rye, Nortnuostorn, ci30x"-Ciuo city. i30&3 Vk Paducaii, Ky., May 15. X suit by Wheat sales; Sample red, (to trrlvc), J, A. Galloway against the A. P. A, E0. No. 2 red. nominal, vie lodge of this city w on trial in the cir. syeilow track. letfc. tOKX bales! sale: Nj 2 mixed, tract:, 11 Wc; No. 3 cuit court- - The plaintifx sues for' white, track. :3;,c &,0CO damages, and alleges thai three liocs Select salppor. JlTi&SSO, select years ago his leg wai broken while bebutchers. fair to good packers, ing initiated into the order. The trial t3.C0iS.7i; f.Ir lltht. Ji6Ji3.Tj; comis a very interesting one. 1 . -- ty; Sinking Forks, Christian county; W. ireymer, at Slaughtcrville, Webster eounty; XV. A. Waters, at Springfield, Washington county: G. C. Barry, at White Plains, Hopkins county. Thorp IVon on th Flrat Itnllor. Lexington, Ky., May 12. A. J. Tharp was elected state commander of the G. A. II. on the first ballot Tucs--dareceiving 119 votes. Erdman received 73 votes and James 25 votes. 'ihe following additional officers were elected at the afternoon session: Senior vice commander, R. V. Martin, Louisville; junior vice commander, J. It. Spiers, Lexington; meJical examiner. Dr. K mbley, Oweusboro; historian. J. XV. Sanders, Maysville; chaplaiu, Rev. Louis Robinson, colored, Sulphur. The encampment will be held next year at Bowling Green. 13 T. Hansford, at Panther, county;' Eugene Aull, at Kobard. Henderson coun'y; II. P. Wool, at V. Da-v.e- mc"i24-'- f Wm. I a &o 1 bWI Luxon. Jr. fA THF P y, h ATAriCS. ' fro-- i ho letter in Ht! ycu t., b w u renaul . I!n w r'- - t ex op K i . N with different i a y tanjjn be verbs. adverbi. pretlie. . uCJjtcsaml ailjcccive at j- hnn that mate w 1 Itout 111 this manner: Holy, hay day hid etc Te t ee word leu'y .r in TUKSrjcST gocTK w II pay .j J in sol t le i who n ites she lante-iI f , letters in the w.nl lloildir 'o for thi- - n. xl crih .econd i. and t rACif for th next llvi larret iiatii. Fo ta'srt twjnty fani tra:,.t 1ih a h w live tne .irxc n Kodak, ihe reu arprtcuf Mh rh i a 1.00 each Th above rewa diir kivpii fre conbtd-ratioiitnt.-aiefor the ptirpo.eo' attracting attention to the .nth'-- i j?rvar ' literary weckly.which ha- - arx? paces. ' column-teactMtie. all oru.i .at inatler. wi beiit lonir and short s one- in d tion to its nu neroud'partrnntrf. elt aWoinaii -- evo,d to "Children's vutillwrH Industrie', tlry I'aire." and a enter this content it is necessary for you to aend 5 cents fora three pwHit!'' frbcr p 3 our lUt of words, and every person tenrlin z 59 cents and a list of te i wortia r mere is . an extra present by re'urn mall (in addition to Tin: Sin-Nsjitth) of a ! fa.e b t . . the Konnie Uriar br the famous Ian Maclaren. This his attracted more i the United Stales than any book of r. centyesrs. satisfaction cMnniw! buttki-refunde- il. Lists should be ent in at ouce. This contest will close June 1st. Then dresses of succesrnl co itestants will b prlntei in the June 3th of Thi scinv member, every conte tent Rctsa prxe. N,0(e; If you do not want Bciute the Bonn Hr r Man's Wife." ricau Farm. ernl send you --The Story of An A book: you want-- The Other you. AtWfttss or - Si nn" Hal antrae. In wrinnR mention tha us to send Tis number wc fee" tn or moreItword, sreatest ure and f" yia d appears in HOLIDAY limcsti-aof wordn Who can fonn the ud Cinul but once Us p-- ro i it -- -- lae 1 ae Kai-h- bt ine ox .Atlanta. U.i. ate Tuesday after a long discussion passed Senator Martin's substitute for the housj turnpike raiders' bill. The only material difference between the Martin substitute and the original honse bill is that the former does not make tho counties liable. Erasmus DanuN pi.eful Enemies. stallion and two fino brood mares belonging to Erasmus Dunn, a were poisoned Sunday night, and all died Monday. Two weeks ago Dunn's barnwas destroyed by fire. stock-raise- r, Frankfort, lUIUrr Jllll l..s Ky., May 12. . Ihe. sen- Searles & Cole, J.H.NEFF&CC. i CN.:T;7ra" j-- AGENTSZ D. H. BALDWIN Maui CO.'S Stit. (.iKi.tl-.!- ' S (Opposite Lancaster, Ky., May 12. A vain-abl- e wJ( AiYv- nJS) mchll - fm Country Produce Bought and High Grade Tianos and Organs; I""ew Iltim and other high grade Also, eheaj) mvehii sr from $15 up. All kiiivly of sew" Sol.l ( ... V Price Paid. - -" her s 10, of H"co, Ky., while plow-tu- g in his father's field, unearthed a. plant which he look to be angelica. It proved, however, to be tho root of the deadly hemlock. The boy ate the tender sprouts and resumed work. Suddenly he fell between the plow handles and died beforo help came. ler, aged Df)Hily lieujlocc Paddcaii, Ky , May 13. Tommy Mil- 2tjh c .sm. iSssi' 50 1 ZAPS' EXPERIENCE A - .aaig M W&ggggk2E2i22l I l M V fa tzi ! ,&j rn a a ing machine supplies. Repairing a Specialty. apr21-l- w One sil-r- er John McGovcrn, who was injured in a freight wreck on the Cincinnati South-er- n Wednesday between Rogers Gap and Sadieville, diod here Wednesday night. William T. Winn, switchman, is internally injured, and may die before morning. SaperlntehdmilvMcN'tlry Dead. Frankfort, Ky., May 13. Gov. Lexington, Ky., May lml. Another Uylncr. 13. Engineer (3mk u...s .uicuiiitiuucn, jlFalllSI 50e. and CI hx. 6 far S. iapanese Pile Ointment. 25 and per dox. Japanese VMtt buc. Pellets. SO pi Us, 2Ss. Anyone seidinT a f Vet 'i ' Cutcxlyacertain, tree, wbe ur prouibiy pate ta- - e t onut n coniKlentiaL Oldi t scene; f r la America. Wo hiTe a Patents taken tiruaKh 3uno special not.ee ia tbe .'immi SG1ENT1FSG ToarF MIDI!!. DESIGNS. r. COPYRICTS . . i 1 a, t r . SALE. W. T. Dncrson.of Kirksville. has two yonng Shorthorn bulla for sale, and ready for service. They are good color and well bred. mch21-- tt k AMERiCAH, I n. beautifully IBasrntted. husest cin uti n sr any soicullrto )oraal. week T.ters:.i. fljQsix ranntbs. pen men evpie. ir 1ia- Boon, on I'atcsts (out free. Addrx-- i 3G1 11 Will enro all If lnl of Pllia. Vl,anffj.w.lf, a,l. Kti.irantco with.0 1.00 lTe, o refan.l th monrr J f not J.JO gapantJoi'uoLflirotompjMy, bt. ... mrlj jtaaird to tmr a? tsul, JaUtuu m IjURJSi i -- MUNN &. CO., llraedwni, .ew Vor!.. OS-I-T ESraoUl hy W. G. White. Dnijij;est, Richmond, Ky. Bradley Wednesday morning received a telegram from Lakeland, Ky., telling of the death of Dr. MoXairy, superintendent of the Lakeland asylum. A STRANGER Abv WE ARE AGENTS FOK THE W1LLARD HOTEL, as llee Converlad Into a Modern Palace Halls and Enirairje aro Marble and JTiling of the Finest Quality, on StSij; c the-birt- h ,,. t.Mwo.iv.. -- or WantetMndeabftsatrotv gst jiiw Usi; ttttr rate 1 Who t'tbtek wsaMh, 9mVmX I Df. Jierce's Pleasant Pellets are a safe, 4, WniT fere, wiit atw permanent cure iot eensii- partion. TheytievergnreOBel9entJV atxRxive.'aiKi two taiiua :curue.j; . uoiu-.a- Wsraa uz atZa. doc hundred and sixty-five- .; i May. -- jSEilWaatBaalays. k X ',- C. fag SJBT o . fff iWW yslB 3 - , -- ' : iatj.eli H! - tKeaBV ,. - , '?- -. t'' i'ltSiii 7fs:ijBne. r - tut-waite- 7J3f3QjHly:7iX!. - j?j -- 'mag Hoy Ills Sis ter Itpscaul Juit In Tini lNDiANAroi.18, Ind., Miy 13. Joseph Moore, 7 years old, of West Indianapolis was .abducted Wednesday by a stranger. He i the adopted son of Mrs. Samuel Peck. At the samo hour there waj an attempt to abduct his littlo sUter, tho adopted daughter of Mrs. Mary Williams This was attempted by thj mother of the child, but Mrs. Williams offered such btrenu-ou- s resistance that she was driven oil. The children were the wards of the boaid of qhlldren's" guardians. The boy is supposed to have beon abducted by an admirer of tho lad's mother, .Bribery Stories Not Tro. Jlo'waru, Frankfort," Ky., May 15. The house Mrs-- Eliza essUted-b- also known as Elitho boy's brother. bribery investigating committee Fn- - . za Moore, ILaut llo day morning reported that, after a bu Closed. TrTimBllAirrInd., May 13. The A. careful investigation, it had been un- able to find that any member had. been- J. Jackson & Co. horse sale closed Wed- intluenccd by ,the use 01 money or nesdav. The principal sales wero Pray- tell, byAxtell, dam Jeaa Lock, to other valuable consideration. Geora Starr, Si,S00j Marengo; blk. g; Flrbajs at Vrot ton. to P. R. Budd, IIopkinsviliyb, Ky., May' 15. A firo 5, by at Crofton, near here, Friday rooming Cincinnati, SlSDOr Axnell, br. g., 3, ly to John McCarthy, caused a loas of S15.O0X with. 3,0.10 insurance The origin of. the fire is be- Brooklyn, If.Y..by3S30; Bright Light, Dark Sight-Maj- d lieved to havebeen. incendiary. The br. m., 5,:C8K. Stock Farin, fire was'in the business part of tho of the Mist, to ICetvana,;lhd., S3,100r Josephine, b. in., CbyMusictKitty Midnight, to-- L. .WltlUold JJlfebt Sessions. Durham, Terra- IIaite,-8S00- ; Allen, g7. 15J Tha nouso Fbasktobt, Ky..May 8:lf, by- Alabaster, dam by Young Friday morning adopted a resolutiou Rplfe,tto& Brown jNew York, $Sa providing 'for night' sessions, begia- s fievjn-V.ar-()lil y n 2, ucted a Recently 2000 Yards Df 3ril!lait, Now Velvet Carpet Adorn tiie Floors nr I'.rdmUodms, paiMjUIW ad UPPER HALLS. Offcea ar.d Dinlii Ro m Be -- tiful liantly Lthtcd,. CUargea Considered 0 c rted and Bril- - Its Equipments throghout aro without a Superior-- in the. South, rate of J: v.y . EE I-'OIF- ?'". HaveUeonrExpendcd in'This Hecent Improvement $lo7ooo! - pateeIacycle : J Axtell-Nntwoo- d, .Axtci-Electionee- r, R'KTES $2 St $2.5D w scat U.SjT'S "GOTTt fS ,p -- Fair-vie- m, h m F? Nowip nuikes no diiference whether you RER.l&KV ride a wheel or not, come and " ft' EJ ' T. - - ' DR. F7 ' next-lmoada- y l , 5 ' iKo:s.July, -Kr - ,J,e; y4Ht. - ,fjiSlr, 'IThe.reiBalna cf "tlie'i!ot!essa kT been!iideitiedvbV Hh rdoctofa "from 4hsfAT bodji j? i' Chiwibiutw MttHHt. fased Tlbwfirli.telescope'aBtL'obsenFl.w-T.Lurr 1wildikgotHlrt.OBlyirliyjof Peaa- - Tho JCsw.Viower Tlrj6Bv . PHitAUBwaiA "May XL The a awr in .. m.mmki M.I pOtitrica! Ws jtaavr" AfiJ Vt tT ..: X" -- GnrATiri nr or vi r .examine what we have and you will see something which will .LLO BMBV udttf,t ?lTni werddletd Wedniay el ,60 fmoa. A m aaTHr mrM rmimi- xt iniam. cam Tenrtat rf ak.tar Jr. MMM ae u1 (' ijaMwr arfl Geuulne - vHA Sflts. Tbsy I m CJms in effect jjH-lc- lt K wn. J raw atruiiHiiio. .av 9m tmnttrmymi iaaew.Ml i.Cnree la I to.1 datva. UNJalClTIOM.I cri fasasav interest tou, i " BSJA I xuatiessta 0.1 ''r"' iafck V e fcjrjHMfc jHjHlaW - , . immtmmp r A I j &RiS.jPRQW.i